The Skin Gun

Amazing stem cell technology. A huge breakthrough in burn treatment.

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1. Fergus_Thedog 3 years ago

Wow. Just wow. To prevent so much pain and suffering, what a fantastic piece of medical technology.

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2. sideflip7 3 years ago

at first i tough it was from idk wich country then i realised the image is simple reversed

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3. Comment rated too low. Show this comment dredawg 3 years ago

If you dont want to see a second degree burn, stop this video before 1:38

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4. j000z11 3 years ago

Bravo. These are the type of break through we need to bring this world to a better place to live in, NOT discovering the origin of god or anything. Not only does it improve people's chances of survival is a more severe case occurs, it also erase their scar that might leave them miserable for a life time.

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5. SIZ 3 years ago

I just hope that this is not a joke, because it is just too good to be true!
Allthoug i dont need it Im somehow happy that this exists^^

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6. smacker 3 years ago

nuG nikS ehT ?

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7. PaterSin 3 years ago

and why are some ppl against stem cell research again?

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8. Maffis 3 years ago

#7 Because religion and doubts about this being ethical.

Personally, I think this kind of technology is amazing. Just think of how many people that can get their lives "fixed" with stuff like this.

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9. Th3Lurker 3 years ago

#4 How about nastier weapons? :P

About the video, very nice, but why did they give us a shot of the burned hand and then a shot of the healed arm. How can i compare? I can't.

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10. orion 3 years ago

Is this 1th april joke?

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11. mmmendal 3 years ago

#7 I believe the issue is with embryonic (about 100 cells) stem cell research. Basically some people believe that cloning and then killing human embryos is unethical. Researchers now say that adult stem cells are as good as embryonic but without all the ethical problems.
#10 It is not and I can understand your disbelief. It does look like alien tech. This is however the present of our medical science.

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12. callemacody 3 years ago

All hail scientific progress

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13. Bream73 3 years ago

At 3:01 why does he say "this is what Urims's skin PROBABLY looked like before treatment"? It either did or it didn't. Maybe I'm mistaken but that doesn't make sense.

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14. LQoQK 3 years ago

#11 its more like alien Ink

if it takes on 1.5 hours i would be happy to see the whole process in a single video. not two different shots.

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15. irishgek 3 years ago

Holy shit , my girlfriend burnt her hand 2 weeks ago cooking and it still looks bad , thats some amazing stuff right there!

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16. OwenRay 3 years ago

maybe a warning for the disturbing image?

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17. ruhk 3 years ago

#13 that was scientist speak for "we didnt catch it on film, heres some other burned fellow"

This is a very VERY cool technology, and I really hope they iron all the bugs out quick and get this into every hospital around the globe. I have a friend who was viciously set on fire with gasoline and looks like freddie freakin kruger. He could have used a skin gun :\

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18. gofour 3 years ago

This is the kind o gun that we should be developing not some machine gun that fires thousands of rounds per minute...

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19. BuBu 3 years ago

#18 Develop a skin gun that fires thousands of rounds per minute ;)

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20. dushan 3 years ago

on friday he was treated, on monday he was all ready healed...

on wednesday he eated his wife and neighbour dog >:)

just joking, this is amazing :)

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21. Parvus 3 years ago

#11 No, adult stem cells are already specialized and for example skin stem cells will only be useable to grow skin. This is why we still make research on embryonic stem cells; but adult stem are more convinient because they prevent rejection and other problems, but if we want to grow an entire complexe organ we will have to use embryonic stem cells or learn how to de-specialize adult stem cells wich we can do only by studying embryonic stem cells.

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22. c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago

#21 is right, whoever voted him down should visit some developemental biology lessons.

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23. silly_sy 3 years ago

interested has t's in it 2:00 !
clever idea, could help alot of people

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24. Usdevildoggmc 3 years ago

Talk about a good "BODY SHOP"

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25. Chingis 3 years ago

at 2:12 the doctor look like wolverine. lol :D

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26. Guitarfreaknatio 3 years ago

Incredible. Imagine if the US stopped waging wars it cannot win and allocated more resources into thing like these?
Another great video Snotr :)

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27. SjN 3 years ago

Where are the BEFORE and AFTER shots of this specific person?? All they showed us were pictures of how his arm "would have probably looked".

Was this video released on 1st of April? makes me wonder....

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28. ranamacar 3 years ago

#(removed comment) is spam and needs to be deleted

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29. rabbitchannel 3 years ago

Incredible! 4 DAYS!

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30. Farmer2011 3 years ago

keep the good work people!!..this kind of stuff will define the future!!!!

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31. sux2bu 3 years ago

#26 The US does invest a lot of money in this technology , where do you think this stem cell gun comes from?

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32. GOOSE42 3 years ago

#10 what the heck is the 1th of April? It's the 1st. I know it isn't a big deal but you can't sweat the small stuff anymore, that's why we're in this mess to begin with. Stem-cells FTW! :O

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33. richardleed 3 years ago

WOW. Experimental or not.. send it to production.

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34. sux2bu 3 years ago

#(removed comment) I think you are the hoax and the information in the video is real.

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35. RetroGrade77 1 year ago

Snotr, why did you flip the video? Why didn't you just move your logo to the other side?