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I he's one of the world's most legendary performers and -- and hopes to bring John Lennon back -- -- life.
How would he do that well a Canadian debt is paid more than 30000 dollars for The Beatles truth.
Pictured right there and plans to use.
DNA from that -- to clone.
John Lennon but is that even possible.
-- -- now dentist and founder of rejuvenation dentistry doctor Jerry cure all good to see doctor thank you having me this morning aren't so it's a fascinating story can you actually clone a person from a -- -- personal human cloning is about half a century away even though we did cloned a sheep in 1996.
There's a big gap there and of course there's a lot of ethical question so when I heard about this.
Canadian -- honest I didn't wanting to.
Clone John Lennon from a bombed out -- that was extracted fifty years ago -- a little bit of junk science and it could get my mind going.
But what type of John Lennon would we have what it looked like beetlejuice and -- -- let.
But even in order to do you cloning the science of -- Is taking genetic information from one cell yeah it's called the somatic cell nuclear transfer putting in another -- you really need.
Healthy live tissue right and that's one of the reasons why a truth is good place because at your teeth actually -- stem cells and as opposed to just regular so exactly and that's the cornerstone on.
Of one of the most exciting areas of medicine regenerative medicine.
And regenerative medicine is and the science of stem cells can grow liver or kidney out of the bodies that they've actually taken shelves and put it in -- pancreas and they differentiate these are the cells the building block sales.
They're called the sentinel stem cells can doctor hears and -- -- aware of -- himself and we're the richest sources in the poll when the nerve that send a red section that you see there.
The outer hard outer coating which we know of that's the enamel.
He's not going to have much organic matter a ball but the best is the pulp in the nerve which you and John Lennon's.
Dead -- from fifty years ago that his housekeeper had.
How -- -- and you could see the size of the cavity was probably extracted because he was little water handy because.
And it chances of cloning John Lennon from mr.
-- -- I would I would Sarah -- son idea of how to say photo what publicity stunt -- it tomorrow lash out you know what they're what they're gonna he is that -- he's attempting to do.
Which is sound -- is trying to get DNA sequencing.
But he's really gonna.
Okay snowballs chance in hell right.
I've really I believe of getting at but what what's interest in -- -- in my office now have a system where I'm encourage all of my patients.
Baby teeth very rich source of stem cells.
Extracted by -- it.
We just empty sewage every other importation and boxes well we have a system called as a great company pulled down.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And they do a qualitative.
And quantitative analysis of the stem cells that can be bank for the future senators.
Because I think the umbilical cord of my son.
Because the same thing until upset about the -- but that's an -- other gridlock and that's really interesting is my kids when they read a note the -- buried they say please let.
-- -- -- -- Backing stem cells every viewer should be asking their -- About banking their stem -- that's one of the good things they came out of the story about a pulled -- that you -- itself so far for got to work on cloning it's going to be Ted Williams -- -- or that -- we found in Siberia but I think -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- thank -- very much thanks -- -- for -- --
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