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PBS NEWSHOUR

'Liquid Bandages' Could Help Re-Grow Skin, Save Lives

  • Aired: 05/01/2012
  • 06:56
  • Rating: E
Dr. Mark Carlson of Nebraska Surgical Research is developing a liquid bandage to stop bleeding quickly and potentially save lives in battlefield situations while also aiding future regenerative possibilities. This report was a collaboration with NET Nebraska and KQED San Francisco's Quest science program.
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