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Weekend WIth VOA Examines Cheek Tissue Used For Eyes - 2004-09-20


Khun Nittaya and Khun Chamroen report news of the possibility of using thin layers of cheek cells to replace damaged corneas in patients blinded by certain eye diseases. After four patients with clouded corneas underwent this procedure, they still reported clear vision more than a year later. The cornea, the clear layer of cells at the surface of the eye, can be damaged a number of ways, leaving the owner of the eye blind. This new stem cell procedure could put an end to that.

Join Khun Chamroen as he reviews the movie "Resident Evil: Apocalypse." The sequel to the 2002 movie "Resident Evil" takes place in Raccoon City, where the Umbrella Corp. has released a deadly T-virus that creates zombies. Milla Jovovich must battle them with a few friends to escape before the city is nuked.

Also included is the Whitney Houston hit "I Will Always Love You" and the top 5 films this week. The VOA staff had a great time putting this show together for you, and we hope that you'll enjoy listening to it just as much!

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