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cancer...,
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that's what they always say...,

I don't think the material will be in contact with your body long enough to pose a risk. And if you are exposed multiple times you're probably gonna have a reduced lifespan anyway due to all of the critical wounds your body will have to deal with.

Anyway, cancer... that's what they always say. rolleyes.gif
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Did Blade 3 come to no ones mind?

EDIT** wait they were all on the one page i skipped over doh.gif
Edited by dekciW - 12/11/12 at 8:38pm
     
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that's what they always say...,

It's been used in breast implants for decades. Both OSHA and the FDA have cleared it.
    
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Sounds like Super Glue all over again.
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think farther
thor's hammer is a weapon, guess what spartans do in halo? take down covenant ships barehanded.
thus why it's called Mjolnir, not Aegis
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I know this would only be used in emergency, but it still sounds painful as hell! Foam expanding inside your body, ouch. I would freak out and have a heart attack. tongue.gif
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Research has shown a negligible link between polyurethane and cancer. It's fairly inert.

same research should show the same link between asbestos, and smoking and lung cancer, becuase up until the mid 1980's many autmotive components still used asbestos, like clutchs, brake pads etc.

some people are susceptable to cancer, some are not, it is a genetic crap shoot.
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same research should show the same link between asbestos, and smoking and lung cancer, becuase up until the mid 1980's many autmotive components still used asbestos, like clutchs, brake pads etc.
some people are susceptable to cancer, some are not, it is a genetic crap shoot.

Not really sure what you're getting at. There's a huge difference between using something in brake pads and something that's designed to go in the body. Apples and oranges.
    
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cool. And this is just the initial technology. Imagine what they'll be doing with it in the coming years. Would be great if the foam could be impregnated with pharmaceuticals like antibiotics or morphine. The article says it's "easy" to remove but I dunno about that. If it's all in one piece I guess, but what if there's little bits scattered all over. I'd think this would be a royal pain to clean out 100%. A biodegradable foam would be useful here. Clean out as much as you can and then let the little bits get broken down by the body.

And who cares about the cancer risk? It would be something to minimize of course (improve the foam with less toxic materials ect), but if the choice is a 70% chance of dying in the next 3 hours, or .005% increased risk of cancer over the next 30 years I think I know which one any sane person would take.
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same research should show the same link between asbestos, and smoking and lung cancer, becuase up until the mid 1980's many autmotive components still used asbestos, like clutchs, brake pads etc.
some people are susceptable to cancer, some are not, it is a genetic crap shoot.

Research has shown 100% of people who consumes h2o liquid will die
 
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