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Doctors to try zero-gravity surgery

Posted on Thursday, 28 September, 2006 | Comment icon 5 comments


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"A team of French doctors will operate on a man under near-weightless conditions on Wednesday a world first and what they hope will be a step toward performing surgery in space."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: on 28 September, 2006, 15:26
If this is not crazy, I don't know what crazy is! It's a good thing it's only a fatty tumor on an arm and not open heart surgery! Imagine the blood flying all over the place!
Comment icon #2 Posted by conspiracysrus on 28 September, 2006, 16:08
the french dont even go into space so why are they even bothering?
Comment icon #3 Posted by RollingThunder06 on 28 September, 2006, 18:28
Isn't it weird that these doctors have access to the training of astronauts and yet the country does not space travel? Maybe these doctors are hoping to hitch a ride.
Comment icon #4 Posted by ROGER on 29 September, 2006, 10:00
The problems of long term stays in zero gravity are becoming well known. So why are the fine folks at NASA and the ESA not working on a space ship design that SPINS for artificial gravity? Instead research seems to be in forcing the human body to live in zero gravity, which causes it to break down , even after a short time. I know it is difficult. But why send people to MARS if when they get there they are to weak to do anything? Illogical.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Lone_wolf_eyes on 2 October, 2006, 14:09
-prepares patient for heart transplant- Doctor: "Ok, The patient is ready for the transplant. Nurse, the new heart please." Nurse: "Uh...sir, I don't know where it is." Doctor: "Excuse me? You don't know where it is? You had it when we came in here!" Nurse: "Yes, I know sir but it's not here anymore." Doctor: "Well it's not like it can just float away...." -the new heart floats infront of the doctors face....- Doctor: "..." just some humor for you folks


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