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U.S. doctors grow ear on cancer patient's arm

An ear grows under Sherrie Walter's arm. The skin cancer sufferer lost her left ear and doctors at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland grew another using her own tissue under her forearm.

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That is so cool

Wonder what they can grow next?

Diana

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I recall a number of years ago

where scientists were growing human shaped ears on the backs of lab rats........evidently the science for that has come to actual implementation on humans. You're right.........that is soooo cool.

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