Kemajuan begini, sekarang ini bolehdikatakan hanya dibikin oleh orang kafir...

Orang Islam mah lebih senang ngibulin dirinya, bilang di al-Mushaf itu berisi 
ayat-ayat ilmiah, seperti gunung sebagai pasak bumi, ayat tentang big bang dll.

Atau mereka menghabiskan waktunya untuk tunggangg tunggik kayak onta dientotin 
jirapah lima kali sehari,; atau rame-rame buang duit buit naik haji sembari 
lari-lari di Makh kayak anjing kebelet berak dan nimpukin setan yang nggk ada 
di padang pasir sono; ngeributin mana makanan yang halal mana yang haram....

Atau saling berbunuhan, atau bikin onar... .

Agama Islam itu, saya bilang dan saya ulang adalah laknat buat ummat manusia, 
artinya juga buat orang Islam sendiri.


Windpipe transplant breakthrough
By Michelle Roberts
Health reporter, BBC News

Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play.

How pioneering surgery allowed the windpipe transplant

Scientists in Spain have carried out the world's first tissue-engineered whole 
organ transplant - a windpipe - made with a patient's own stem cells.

The groundbreaking technology also means for the first time tissue transplants 
can be carried out without the need for anti-rejection drugs.

Five months on the patient is in perfect health, The Lancet reports.

Tailor-made organs like this could become the norm, the European team of 
experts believe.

The patient, 30-year-old mother of two Claudia Castillo, needed the surgery to 
save a lung following damage to her airways by tuberculosis.

"Own grown" organ

To make the new airway, the doctors took a donor windpipe, or trachea, from a 
patient who had recently died.

Then they used strong chemicals and enzymes to wash away all of the cells from 
the donor trachea, leaving only a tissue scaffold made of the fibrous protein 

This gave them a structure to repopulate with cells from Ms Castillo herself, 
which could then be used in an operation to repair her damaged left bronchus - 
a branch of the windpipe.

By using Ms Castillo's own cells the doctors were able to trick her body into 
thinking the donated trachea was part of it, thus avoiding rejection.

Advanced science

Two types of cell were taken from Ms Castillo: cells lining her windpipe, and 
adult stem cells - very immature cells from the bone marrow - which could be 
encouraged to grow into the cells that normally surround the windpipe.

I was very much afraid. Before this, we had been doing this work only in pigs

Surgeon Professor Paolo Macchiarini of the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona, Spain

After four days of growth in the lab in a special bioreactor, the newly-coated 
donor windpipe was ready to be transplanted into Ms Castillo.

Her surgeon, Professor Paolo Macchiarini of the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona, 
Spain, carried out the operation in June

He said: "I was very much afraid. Before this, we had been doing this work only 
on pigs.

"But as soon as the donor trachea came out of the bioreactor it was a very 
positive surprise."

He said it looked and behaved identically to a normal human donor trachea.

The operation was a great success and just four days after transplantation the 
hybrid windpipe was almost indistinguishable from adjacent normal airways.

After a month, a biopsy of the site proved that the transplant had developed 
its own blood supply.

And with no signs of rejection four months on, Professor Macchiarini says the 
future chance of rejection is practically zero.

"We are terribly excited by these results," he said.

"She is enjoying a normal life, which for us clinicians is the most beautiful 

Today Ms Castillo is living an active, normal life, and once again able to look 
after her children Johan, 15, and Isabella, four. She can walk up two flights 
of stairs without getting breathless.

    I was a sick woman, now I will be able to live a normal life
Claudia Castillo

Professor Martin Birchall, professor of surgery at the University of Bristol 
who helped grow the cells for the transplant, said: "This will represent a huge 
step change in surgery.

"Surgeons can now start to see and understand the potential for adult stem 
cells and tissue engineering to radically improve their ability to treat 
patients with serious diseases."

He said that in 20 years time, virtually any transplant organ could be made in 
this way.

US scientists have already successfully implanted bladder patches grown in the 
laboratory from patients' own cells into people with bladder disease.

The European research team, which also includes experts from the University of 
Padua and the Polytechnic of Milan in Italy, is applying for funding to do 
windpipe and voice box transplants in cancer patients.

Clinical trials could begin five years from now, they said.

Between 50,000 and 60,000 people are diagnosed with cancer of the larynx each 
year in Europe, and scientists say about half them may be suitable candidates 
for tissue engineering transplants.

What do think of this type of surgery? Have you been affected in anyway by the 
issues raised in the story? Send us your comments and experiences using the 
form below:

In most cases a selection of your comments will be published, displaying your 
name and location unless you state otherwise in the box below.

Your E-mail address
Town & Country
Phone number (optional):
Story from BBC NEWS:

Published: 2008/11/19 01:28:49 GMT


Jusfiq Hadjar gelar Sutan Maradjo Lelo

Allah yang disembah orang Islam tipikal dan yang digambarkan oleh al-Mushaf itu 
dungu, buas, kejam, keji, ganas, zalim lagi biadab hanyalah Allah fiktif.


Kirim email ke