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Toronto researchers develop handheld machine that can print skin

Researchers at the University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Hospital have developed a portable machine that they hope will someday change how burns and other wounds are treated. 474 more words


Burn survivor: New laser assists in patient’s recovery from house fire


She lies on her stomach, exposing her bare back to a laser wielded by her surgeon.

“Dr. Dolinak saved my life,” Stephanie Bridge says emphatically, as she positions herself for treatment that will help restore the texture of her skin. 479 more words

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The Burn: Week Three

By this point, I was going crazy. Imagine being cooped up in an apartment all day long while everyone else was out living life. Now imagine ME doing it. 1,391 more words


The Burn: Week Two

**Warning: A few more graphic photos. But they are getting better!

I cannot believe that it has only been two weeks. It feels like I have been in my apartment for a whole month. 1,058 more words


The Burn: Week One

**WARNING – Images are a bit graphic. They show areas of burned skin.

It has officially been one week since the incident of pouring hot water all over my legs. 1,409 more words

British Hospital

Captain's Log-January 1 2018-Burnt Little Girl

One morning at our prayer time before we start work Muno told us that his young daughter had spilled boiling water all over her leg the night before as she was helping her mother cook supper.  780 more words


Care of the Burn Patient

Linda Asks:

In my middle grade novel my main character’s dad was a fireman in NY.
He was present during the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings. 215 more words

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