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Scientists use a mesh material as a scaffold to seed bladder cells as they grow. After three to six weeks, the cells are transplanted inside the child's urethra, where they eventually replace the damaged tissue. Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine hide caption

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Scientists Grow Parts For Kids With Urinary Damage

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This young patient from India received his cornea transplant in 2009, when he was 10. Here he is shown before (above) and after (below) the transplant, which he received at the LV Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI), SightLife's partner center in Hyderabad, India. Courtesy of LVPEI hide caption

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Ex-Starbucks Exec Helps Develop Global Eye Banks

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Song of the Volga Boatman Keith Lockhart / Boston Pops Orchestra
Sid the Squid Clive Carroll
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To Cap Medicaid, Florida Looks To Managed Care

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Toccata in D minor, BWV 913--Courante Jeffrey Biegel
Gymnopedie No. 1 Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra

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Wiretaps May Play Big Role In Insider Trading Case

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Pop Stars, Private Shows And Political Consequences

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As 'Idol' Surges, New Judges Tune Up Their Feedback

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Droppin' Things Danny Frankel
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Asian Nations Try Not To Get Scorched By 'Hot Money'

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A woman dressed in rags is the subject of Tattered and Torn by Alfred Kappes. Oil on canvas, 1886. Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Mass hide caption

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Portraits Of The Poor: Dignity In Times Of Despair

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