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May 9th, 2003
UD team's emitter is a breakthrough
Remember that silly little hand-held flashing thingamabob that Dr. McCoy skillfully moved over his patients on "Star Trek"? In one episode, as he flicked it by Captain Kirk's elbow, he glanced at the device and then looked grimly into Kirk's eyes. "It's advanced arthritis, and it's spreading," he told him.
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