Anna Gregoline | January 26, 2005

Dr Huang Hongyun cultivates the cells of aborted foetuses and injects them into the brains and spines of his patients. His method is controversial, but his results have led hundreds of westerners to his Beijing surgery. Jonathan Watts was given unprecedented access to the doctor and his patients

I'm not trying to be controversial - but the doctor sure is. I thought this was a very interesting article, although I'm doubtful the science is sound.

Anna Gregoline | February 3, 2005
Anybody read this one?

Kris Weberg | February 3, 2005
I read it, but I don't have much to add to your initial comment. Interesting idea, probable wackjob execution.

Want to participate? Please create an account a new account or log in.

Other Discussions Started by Anna Gregoline

Quick Movie Question

Is there an easy "duh" way to find out what kinds of cameras movies are shot on? Is that included in the credits? Go »

Juggling Causes Changes in the Brain

According to this, juggling causes changes in the brain. So if I get the brain changes first, can I then learn to juggle? Go »

Tolerance and Acceptance is Controversial

(link) This church ad is being denied on the basis that it's too controversial for some major networks like NBC. Go »

Right to Die or Court-Ordered Death Sentence?

You might have seen this story of Jeb Bush overturning the court decision to withhold food from this woman. Go »

What Culture Would You Choose?

If you could choose any culture or society, which one would you choose to live in? This question is interesting for me, as someone with limited cultural traditions within my own family (My background is Italian and Czech). Go »

We Forgive You

Against my better judgment, I'm starting a discussion. The other night, my boyfriend Jesse postulated - what do you think would have happened, if after 9/11, we had said, "We forgive you? Go »