Robert Harding

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1348-5614 - Female patient aged 45-55 wearing flower dress lying down in hyperbaric oxygen chamber receiving Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) specialised medical treatment for injuries.
1348-5357 - For the following reasons, adult stem cells may eventually prove to be better for cell therapy than embryonic stem cells: their greater availability in adult tissue, the absence of immune-response rejection, their decreased disposition for tumors. Removed from the patient, stem cells can be cultured and multiplied to attain a quantity that is sufficient to treat sickness or injuries. Here, representation of adult stem cells, multipotential progenitors, and committed precursors.
1348-5595 - Patients saline, Iv drip, young woman hand with medical drip intravenous needle, give salt water on hospital bed. Intravenous therapy (IV) is a therapy that delivers fluids directly into vein.
1348-3490 - Reportage in the Chrysalide wellness centre in France that specialises in chromotherapy. A colour profile is defined for each patient and can be applied to each part of the spa. A patient receives chromotherapy treatment in a swimming pool.
1348-3489 - Reportage in the Chrysalide wellness centre in France that specialises in chromotherapy. A colour profile is defined for each patient and can be applied to each part of the spa. A patient receives chromotherapy treatment in a jacuzzi.
1348-3932 - Reportage in the Fear of Flying treatment centre in Paris, France. This centre offers courses given by Velina Negovanska, doctor in psychology, specialising in cognitive behavioural therapy and coping with stress and phobias, and Xavier Tytelman, an French navy ex-pilot.
1348-3468 - Reportage in the Fear of Flying treatment centre in Paris, France. This centre offers courses given by Velina Negovanska, doctor in psychology, specialising in cognitive behavioural therapy and coping with stress and phobias, and Xavier Tytelman, an French navy ex-pilot.