Could dinosaur DNA provide cures for serious human illness? One Professor Believes So

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Researchers examining the bones of a 72million-year-old dinosaur have discovered the creature had the ability to recover from serious illness and even heal broken bones.

Experts have been examining the fossilised remains of a 26ft high gorgosaurus which roamed North America before its death.

The researchers have found that dinosaur suffered several injuries in the months before its eventual death which would have been fatal for humans or mammals.

Experts believe that studying dinosaur descendents such as alligators and crocodiles could provide cures for human illnesses ranging from bacterial infections to cancer.

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