Gizmodo reports the US military wants to give soldiers the same self-healing powers of the Wolverine, the Marvel superhero that can accelerate the healing of injuries and chronic diseases.
Gizmodo reports the US military wants to give soldiers the same self-healing powers of the Wolverine, the Marvel superhero that can accelerate the healing of injuries and chronic diseases. File photo
Gizmodo reports the US military wants to give soldiers the same self-healing powers of the Wolverine, the Marvel superhero that can accelerate the healing of injuries and chronic diseases. File photo

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Breakfast links: The U.S. military wants to make Wolverine-like super soldiers and Taylor Swift says she isn’t a mean girl

September 11, 2014 10:13 AM

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