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Fecal Transplant


Dr. Thomas Borody, an Australian gastroenterologist, treats ulcers and diarrhea, but has expanded his expertise to other diseases.  One may ask why a doctor would treat an autoimmune disease like multiple sclerosis when they are educated in stomach ailments.


Bodies Blog Aquagenic UrticariaThe Girl Who Is Allergic To Water


Ashleigh Morris of Melbourne, Australia cannot enjoy the simple things in life, such as going for a swim or taking a hot shower. She suffers from a condition called Aquagenic Urticaria, an allergy to water.  [1] This rare skin condition causes a painful reaction to from any form of contact with water.


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Cloning Part I: Are Human's Next?


Cloning, once limited to science fiction novel fantasies, became reality in 1996 with the debut of Dolly. Scottish scientist Ian Wilmut cloned Dolly, a sheep, and ethical principles behind cloning came to the forefront of scientific debates. Since Dolly’s cloning cows, goats, pigs, rats, mice, rabbits, cats, dogs, horses and mules have also been cloned. If these mammals have been successfully cloned, then why hasn’t a human?



Cloning Part II: Are Human's Next?


Cloning humans is idealized through media and films for years. Viewers are fascinated by the idea that we could generate another Albert Einstein or Mother Teresa. But is the possibility of cloning a human all its cracked up to be?

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