FNC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 27, 2006
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(New York: Jamie Colby) The military’s use of shrimp-based bandages to help quickly clot blood on the battlefield and the study of the wrinkle-reducing drug DermaLastyl examined; scenes shown from the researchers’ lab. [HemCon co-founder Bill WEISMANN- explains the use of chitosan from shrimp shells; says there are no allergic reactions to the bandage.] [DermaLastyl study participant Peggy MILLARD, study conductor Steven LAMM- comment.]
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