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Title: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: krazylord on January 28, 2017, 03:26:34 AM
Hi!

Just saw this article that thought would be interesting to read about scar tissue:

Scientists have figured out how to make wounds heal without scars - Business Insider (http://www.businessinsider.com/scientists-have-figured-out-how-to-make-wounds-heal-without-scars-2017-1?utm_source=feedburner&amp%3Butm_medium=referral&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+businessinsider+%28Business+Insider%29&utm_content=FaceBook)
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: Paolo on January 28, 2017, 04:25:15 AM
Thanks krazylord, Bone Morphogenetic Protein is certainly interesting, it is amazing how little Science knows about the Human body, Men's bodies particularly  :-\
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: james1947 on January 28, 2017, 07:52:15 PM
From the article:
Quote
And while there's not a whole lot that can be done for scars that are already there, researchers have figured out how to make fresh wounds heal as normal, regenerated skin, instead of the usual scar tissue...
Why old scars not?
My logic:
* cut out the old scar
* regenerate the skin (they say they can do it)
Just thinking

James
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: kuaka on January 30, 2017, 12:49:25 PM
James, for a "normal" tissue I suppose that would be great.  We have to understand that a tunica is complicated tissue of itself.  While it would be an improvement to have it not be "scar", the chances of it growing back as proper tunica is not what I would consider great.  Nevertheless, it is an advance.
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: Sta on January 30, 2017, 04:20:06 PM
Anonther "local solution" for the systemic problem. No fix.
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: james1947 on January 31, 2017, 10:31:44 AM
I am talking about regular scar tissues Kuaka.
The article didn't mention Peyronies

James
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: Freemason on February 04, 2017, 12:15:56 AM
Here's what i dont get..Embryonic stem cells (which are available BtW) can turn into any cell in the human body..Why not remove the scar tissue and fill it in with Embryonic stem cells that are programmed as your own Tunica?
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: Sta on February 04, 2017, 03:00:12 AM
Here's what i dont get..Embryonic stem cells (which are available BtW) can turn into any cell in the human body..Why not remove the scar tissue and fill it in with Embryonic stem cells that are programmed as your own Tunica?

this technology is far more complex...we are decades from real application. Uncontrolled growth (risk of tumor), ethic problems, immunoreaction issues etc....

Peyronies Disease is not like putting a "patch". See recurrence rate after surgery to get the idea of what we are dealing with...
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: Freemason on February 05, 2017, 11:24:40 PM
Any stem cell clinic can take my own adult stem cells and reprogram them into any cell then need.  Its my own cells..Embryonic i agree is a bit mixed at this point..but my own adult.

Maybe this is where Dr. Atta research is at is what im getting at idk.  Also wondering why they haven't been able to come up with a graft material that is more fliexible..If grafting material where fully stretchable and retractable as well then that would solve many problems..at least for me.  I hesitate to have Partial excursion and graft because, 1- I have no Erectile Dysfunction issues, 2- they will take out a chunk and replace it with graft that doesnt really stretch all that well hence creating some shortening.
Title: Re: Regenerating newly forming scar tissue into healthy tissue
Post by: Eward1 on May 27, 2017, 11:17:27 PM
DOES ANYONE SUGGEST A DR IN LOS ANGELES, California
And/or John Hopkins or Columbia or?
Much appreciated