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Offline Demascus

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Electrical bone mending
« on: June 23, 2005, 09:32:04 PM »
A couple of years ago, I read and artical of a physican in the Boston area that was working on a system of mending bone breaks that did not want to heal.  He used a low voltage currant thru the bones involved.  First with neeles thru to the bone then later with a large coil of wire to create a currant thru the bones.   I have not heard anything more about him and wondered if anyone has and if he is still working on this area?