For all those who demand documented clinical tests and trials before believing PE works, yet paradoxically accept uncorroborated word of medical professionals that it doesnt, (so they claim?) heres something for your further reading pleasure. Its not a document about PE, but the process of producing extra skin by stretching, for the purpose of reconstruction surgery. Obviously, though there are lots of links between them, Im not claiming it to be, or do the same for PE. What I would point out is the black and white claim in the document that despite clinical tests and trials, the medical profession still dont know how the process works, only that it does. Consequently, even sceptics can benefit from it. I would copy and paste the document, but Im sure youll understand that I dont want to infringe any copyright laws. I mean, according to you lot Im already a liar, I dont need a criminal record as well! Anyhow; the reference: Title: Effect of strain on human keratinocytes in vitro. Author Takei T; Rivas Gotz C; Delling CA; Koo JT; Mills I; McCarthy TL; Centrella M; Sumpio BE Address Department of Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut 06510, USA. Source J Cell Physiol, 1997 Oct, 173:1, 64-72 Unique Identifier 97465730 & 98318145 And while youre looking that up, heres something else for you to ponder: Youre suffering from a terminal illness, say, going to be dead within a week, and someone offers you a lifeline through untested and untried medication. Would you take it? Now lets see who the liars are!