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The process, which takes a few hours, might rescue heart cells on the cusp of dying, said Henricus Duckers, an interventional cardiologist at Erasmus University in the Netherlands, who presented the new findings November 16.
These changes were not statistically significant, but the fat-derived stem cells worked as expected, Duckers said.
Tierney, of Berwick Close, Kensington, claimed he ordered Duckers to leave the unit when he found his illegal trade, but then allowed him to stay a few days so he could find an alternative hideaway.
But Duckers told the Liverpool Crown Court jury the girls burst into his home after reading about his order in a newspaper.
Set in Scotland where Mr Duckers once worked, the Silly Six's earlier adventures ranged from meeting up with an escaped kangaroo from the local zoo to travelling to Inverness in search of the Loch Ness monster.
Mr Duckers said: "The initial book went well, selling around 650 copies, which I am told is good for a first-time author who does not enjoy the profile of being a media personality.
He was on our books and our radar," said Mr Duckers.
Duckers obtained his doctorate degree from the Rudolf Magnus Institute in 1993, which preceded his work as a postdoctoral fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Brain Research.
Aston Villa agreed to host the charity event after Griffin and Duckers shared last year's Midlands Business Journalist of the Year award and decided to battle it out on the pitch.
Spotting Duckers writing down some of his gags, he first insisted on kissing the embarrassed hack and then 'stole' his notebook.
Former journalist John Duckers with James McLaughlin and his children's book, The Amazing Adventures Of The Silly Six.
We are extremely pleased that Ed Duckers is joining us," said Gary L.