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FRANCE/
RTR2BK47
March 12, 2010
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, displays a human tooth in his...
Marseille, France
Professor About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, displays a human tooth in his laboratory...
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, displays a human tooth in his laboratory in Marseille, March 12, 2010. Professor About has been conducting research to regenerate dental tissue with the hopes of running clinical tests in five years that will allow him to grow teeth from bone marrow. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTR2BK46
March 12, 2010
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses for the media in his laboratory...
Marseille, France
Professor About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses for the media in his laboratory...
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses for the media in his laboratory in Marseille, March 12, 2010. Professor About has been conducting research to regenerate dental tissue with the hopes of running clinical tests in five years that will allow him to grow teeth from bone marrow. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTR2BK42
March 12, 2010
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, displays an X-ray of teeth in...
Marseille, France
Professor About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, dispalys an X-ray of teeth in his...
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, displays an X-ray of teeth in his laboratory in Marseille, March 12, 2010. Professor About has been conducting research to regenerate dental tissue with the hopes of running clinical tests in five years that will allow him to grow teeth from bone marrow. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTR2BK41
March 12, 2010
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, examines an image of original...
Marseille, France
Professor About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, examines on a screen a picture of...
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, examines an image of original dental cells on a screen in his laboratory in Marseille, March 12, 2010. Professor About has been conducting research to regenerate dental tissue with the hopes of running clinical tests in five years that will allow him to grow teeth from bone marrow. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTR2BK3O
March 12, 2010
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses as he displays a human...
Marseille, France
Professor About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, examines a human tooth in his laboratory...
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses as he displays a human tooth in his laboratory in Marseille, March 12, 2010. Professor About has been conducting research to regenerate dental tissue with the hopes of running clinical tests in five years that will allow him to grow teeth from bone marrow. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTR2BK3L
March 12, 2010
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses as he examines a human...
Marseille, France
Professor About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, examines a human tooth in his laboratory...
Professor Imad About, researcher of Marseille's faculty of orthodontics, poses as he examines a human tooth in his laboratory in Marseille, March 12, 2010. Professor About has been conducting research to regenerate dental tissue with the hopes of running clinical tests in five years that will allow him to grow teeth from bone marrow. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCI TECH)
RTR2974Y
November 13, 2008
AIDS-STEMCELLS/ - Description of a bone marrow transplant. An HIV patient suffering from leukemia has...
AIDS-STEMCELLS/ T
AIDS-STEMCELLS/ - Description of a bone marrow transplant. An HIV patient suffering from leukemia has been free of infection for nearly two years after receiving such treatment from a donor with natural genetic resistance to the virus. (SIN10)
GERMANY/
RTXAIPW
November 12, 2008
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on...
Berlin, Germany
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful...
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAIPV
November 12, 2008
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on...
Berlin, Germany
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful...
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAIPU
November 12, 2008
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on...
Berlin, Germany
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful...
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAIPR
November 12, 2008
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on...
Berlin, Germany
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful...
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
SPAIN-FUEL/PROTEST
RTX74EB
June 19, 2008
People reach to grab marrows, as free fruit and vegetables are distributed by farmers on strike, during...
Madrid, Spain
People reach to grab marrows, as free fruit and vegetables are distributed by farmers on strike, during...
People reach to grab marrows, as free fruit and vegetables are distributed by farmers on strike, during a protest in central Madrid June 19, 2008. Thousands of farmers, who say soaring costs and lousy prices are driving them out of business, marched through Madrid to demand lower diesel tax to cope with record fuel prices. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
SPAIN-FUEL/PROTEST
RTX74E5
June 19, 2008
People reach to grab marrows, as free fruit and vegetables are distributed by farmers on strike, during...
Madrid, Spain
People reach to grab marrows, as free fruit and vegetables are distributed by farmers on strike, during...
People reach to grab marrows, as free fruit and vegetables are distributed by farmers on strike, during a protest in central Madrid June 19, 2008. Thousands of farmers, who say soaring costs and lousy prices are driving them out of business, marched through Madrid to demand lower diesel tax to cope with record fuel prices. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
NHL/
RTR207FZ
May 05, 2008
Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro (R) jumps onto the back of Brenden Morrow (C) after Marrow scored in the 4th...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro jumps onto the back of Brenden Morrow after Marrow scored in the 4th overtime...
Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro (R) jumps onto the back of Brenden Morrow (C) after Marrow scored in the 4th overtime period on a powerplay against the San Jose Sharks during Game 6 of their NHL Western Conference semi-final hockey game in Dallas, Texas, May 4, 2008. At left is Mike Modano. REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES)
NHL/
RTR207FU
May 05, 2008
Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro jumps onto the back of Brenden Morrow (C) after Marrow scored in the 4th overtime...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Dallas Stars' Ribeiro jumps onto back of Morrow after Marrow scored in 4th overtime period on a powerplay...
Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro jumps onto the back of Brenden Morrow (C) after Marrow scored in the 4th overtime period on a powerplay against the San Jose Sharks during Game 6 of their NHL Western Conference semi-final hockey game in Dallas, Texas, May 4, 2008. Mike Modano is at right. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX4H7Z
December 07, 2007
Pat Pedraja of Florida smiles backstage after winning the "Viewers' Choice" award for his work with the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pat Pedraja of Florida smiles backstage after winning the "Viewers' Choice" award for his work with the...
Pat Pedraja of Florida smiles backstage after winning the "Viewers' Choice" award for his work with the national bone marrow registry during the CNN "Heroes" awards in New York December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
KENYA/
RTX4BRJ
December 03, 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the...
OLOONONG'OT, Kenya
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the International Day of Worldís Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
DOUBLE-TAKE
RTR1STSA
August 16, 2007
FROM TOP

RTR1SM4E
A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the International...
Singapore, Singapore
Double Take! - Exotic Eats
FROM TOP

RTR1SM4E
A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)

RTR1SLWL
Snake charmer Sajal Biswas, 35, puts the head of a cobra into his mouth at a roadside in Agartala, capital of India's northeastern state of Tripura August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Jayanta Dey (INDIA)
KENYA/
RTR1SM4C
August 08, 2007
Maasai men eat raw bone marrow as they prepare to celebrate the International Day of World?s Indigenous...
OLOONONG'OT, Kenya
Maasai men eat raw bone marrow as they prepare to celebrate the International Day of World?s Indigenous...
Maasai men eat raw bone marrow as they prepare to celebrate the International Day of World?s Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
KENYA/
RTR1SM4E
August 07, 2007
A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the International Day of World's Indigenous...
OLOONONG'OT, Kenya
A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the International Day of World's...
A Maasai man eats raw bone marrow during preparations to celebrate the International Day of World's Indigenous People in Oloonong'ot, some 100 km (62 miles) west of Nairobi, August 8, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
INDIA-STEMCELL/
RTR1S0L3
July 19, 2007
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukemia patient, plays with a camera at his residence in the eastern...
Kolkata, India
To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL/
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukemia patient, plays with a camera at his residence in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 18, 2007. Sen, an only child of a middle class family, has been suffering from the disease for the past 2 years, and regularly undergoes blood transfusion for the same. Venture capitalist Tim Dutta aims to create the world's largest registry of South Asian bone marrow and stem cell donors after discovering the current shortage the hard way: his wife Pia developed leukaemia in 2002 at the age of 27 and the couple struggled to find a matching donor to save her life. To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-STEMCELL/
RTR1S0L1
July 19, 2007
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukaemia patient, plays cricket at his residence in the eastern Indian...
Kolkata, India
To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL/
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukaemia patient, plays cricket at his residence in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 18, 2007. Sen, an only child of a middle class family, has been suffering from the disease for the past 2 years, and regularly undergoes blood transfusion for the same. Venture capitalist Tim Dutta aims to create the world's largest registry of South Asian bone marrow and stem cell donors after discovering the current shortage the hard way: his wife Pia developed leukaemia in 2002 at the age of 27 and the couple struggled to find a matching donor to save her life. To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-STEMCELL/
RTR1S0KY
July 19, 2007
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukaemia patient, smiles as he sits outside his residence in the eastern...
Kolkata, India
To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL/
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukaemia patient, smiles as he sits outside his residence in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 18, 2007. Sen, an only child of a middle class family, has been suffering from the disease for the past 2 years, and regularly undergoes blood transfusion for the same. Venture capitalist Tim Dutta aims to create the world's largest registry of South Asian bone marrow and stem cell donors after discovering the current shortage the hard way: his wife Pia developed leukaemia in 2002 at the age of 27 and the couple struggled to find a matching donor to save her life. To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-STEMCELL/
RTR1S0KV
July 19, 2007
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen (R), a leukaemia patient, stands next to a bed at his residence in the eastern...
Kolkata, India
To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL/
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen (R), a leukaemia patient, stands next to a bed at his residence in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 18, 2007. Sen, an only child of a middle class family, has been suffering from the disease for the past 2 years, and regularly undergoes blood transfusion for the same. Venture capitalist Tim Dutta aims to create the world's largest registry of South Asian bone marrow and stem cell donors after discovering the current shortage the hard way: his wife Pia developed leukaemia in 2002 at the age of 27 and the couple struggled to find a matching donor to save her life. To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-STEMCELL/
RTR1S0KU
July 19, 2007
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukaemia patient gestures at his residence in the eastern Indian city...
Kolkata, India
To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL/
Seven-year-old Soumalya Sen, a leukaemia patient gestures at his residence in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 18, 2007. Sen, an only child of a middle class family, has been suffering from the disease for the past two years, and regularly undergoes blood transfusion for the same. Venture capitalist Tim Dutta aims to create the world's largest registry of South Asian bone marrow and stem cell donors after discovering the current shortage the hard way: his wife Pia developed leukaemia in 2002 at the age of 27 and the couple struggled to find a matching donor to save her life. To match feature INDIA-STEMCELL. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
ENVIRONMENT-CONCERT/
RTR1RKSL
July 07, 2007
Derek Smalls (played by Harry Shearer) of Spinal Tap holds up a marrow during the Live Earth concert...
London, United Kingdom
Spinal Tap perform during the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium in London
Derek Smalls (played by Harry Shearer) of Spinal Tap holds up a marrow during the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium in London, July 7, 2007. Former U.S. vice president Al Gore and his global partners are staging the Live Earth concerts held on seven continents simultaneously to raise awareness of environmental issues. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE HEALTH
RTR1AUKN
February 13, 2006
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (L) watches musician Darryl Daniels (R) from Run DMC, at the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hodgkins lymphoma patient attracts celebs to kickoff of bone marrow donor drive in New York
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (L) watches musician Darryl Daniels (R) from Run DMC, at the kickoff of bone marrow donor drives by DKMS, the worlds largest bone marrow donor foundation, in New York, February 13, 2006. The donor drives will be on February 24 at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, and February 25 at the Fort Washington Church in the Washington Heights neighborhood. Harley Davidson donated a Fat Boy motorcycle which will be auctioned after it is signed by celebs, with the proceeds going to DKMS' efforts to increase potential bone marrow donors. REUTERS/Chip East
PEOPLE HEALTH
RTR1ATVE
February 13, 2006
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (R) attracts musician Darryl Daniels (L) from Run DMC, to assist...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hodgkins lymphoma patient attracts celebs to kickoff of bone marrow donor drive in New York
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (R) attracts musician Darryl Daniels (L) from Run DMC, to assist in the kickoff of bone marrow donor drives by DKMS, the worlds largest bone marrow donor foundation, who's founder Katharina Harf listens at a press conference in New York, February 13, 2006. The donor drives will be on February 24 at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, and February 25 at the Fort Washington Church in the Washington Heights neighborhood. Harley Davidson donated a Fat Boy motorcycle which will be auctioned after it is signed by celebs, with the proceeds going to DKMS' efforts to increase potential bone marrow donors. REUTERS/Chip East
PEOPLE HEALTH
RTR165Y8
February 13, 2006
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (L) watches musician Darryl Daniels (R) from Run DMC, at the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hodgkins lymphoma patient attracts celebs to kickoff of bone marrow donor drive in New York
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (L) watches musician Darryl Daniels (R) from Run DMC, at the kickoff of bone marrow donor drives by DKMS, the worlds largest bone marrow donor foundation, in New York, February 13, 2006. The donor drives will be on February 24 at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, and February 25 at the Fort Washington Church in the Washington Heights neighborhood. Harley Davidson donated a Fat Boy motorcycle which will be auctioned after it is signed by celebs, with the proceeds going to DKMS' efforts to increase potential bone marrow donors. REUTERS/Chip East
PEOPLE HEALTH
RTR165XW
February 13, 2006
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (R) attracts musician Darryl Daniels (L) from Run DMC, to assist...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hodgkins lymphoma patient attracts celebs to kickoff of bone marrow donor drive in New York
Hodgkins lymphoma patient Janet Ovalles (R) attracts musician Darryl Daniels (L) from Run DMC, to assist in the kickoff of bone marrow donor drives by DKMS, the worlds largest bone marrow donor foundation, who's founder Katharina Harf listens at a press conference in New York, February 13, 2006. The donor drives will be on February 24 at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, and February 25 at the Fort Washington Church in the Washington Heights neighborhood. Harley Davidson donated a Fat Boy motorcycle which will be auctioned after it is signed by celebs, with the proceeds going to DKMS' efforts to increase potential bone marrow donors. REUTERS/Chip East
RACE OF CHAMPIONS
RTXN2WL
December 04, 2004
Winner, Heikki Kovalainen of Finland (L) and runner-up Sebastien Loeb of France (R) salute spectators...
Paris, France
Winner, Heikki Kovalainen of Finland (L) and runner-up Sebastien Loeb of France (R) salute spectator.....
Winner, Heikki Kovalainen of Finland (L) and runner-up Sebastien Loeb of France (R) salute spectators during a victory lap after the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004. Some 16 top rally and Formula One drivers competed in the charity event at the Stade de France stadium, which has been converted into a race track for this special event, to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
SCHUMACHER
RTXN2WK
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions"...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champ.....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
SCHUMACHER
RTXN2WJ
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions"...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champ.....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
LOEB
RTXN2WI
December 04, 2004
France's rally champion Sebastian Loeb signs autographs at the in Paris, Stade de france stadium in Saint...
Paris, France
France's rally champion Sebastian Loeb signs autographs at the in Paris, Stade de france stadium in .....
France's rally champion Sebastian Loeb signs autographs at the in Paris, Stade de france stadium in Saint Denis, near Paris, December 4, 2004. Loeb is taking part in the "Race of Champions" exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
SCHUMACHER
RTXN2WH
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the special car he will compete...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the special car he will co.....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the special car he will compete in during the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
RACE OF CHAMPIONS
RTXN2WG
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers in with other...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers in with .....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers in with other top international drivers in Paris, December 4, 2004. They are all taking part in the "Race of Champions" exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. L-R: Sebastien Bourdais and Stephane Sarrazin of France, David Coulthard and Colin MacRae of Britain, Armin Schwarz and Michael Schumacher from Germany, Jean Alesi and Sebastien Loeb of France
RACE OF CHAMPIONS
RTXN2WF
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers with other...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers with oth.....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers with other top international drivers in Paris, December 4, 2004. They are all taking part in the "Race of Champions" exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.L-R: Kenny Brack and Mattias Ekstrom of Sweden, Heikki Kovalainen of Finland, Sebastien Bourdais and Stephane Sarrazin of France, David Coulthard and Colin MacRae of Britain, Armin Schwarz and Michael Schumacher from Germany, Jean Alesi and Sebastien Loeb of France, Tony Kanaan and Felipe Massa of Brazil and Casey Mears and Jimmie Johnson from the USA.
RACE OF CHAMPIONS
RTXN2WE
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (L) and French rally champion Sebastien...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (L) and French rally champion Sebasti.....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (L) and French rally champion Sebastien Loeb (R) pose for photographers in Paris, December 4, 2004. Both drivers are taking part in the Race of Champions exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. Sixteen top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
SCHUMACHER
RTXN2WD
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the German flag in Paris, December...
Paris, France
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the German flag in Paris, .....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the German flag in Paris, December 4, 2004. Schumacher is taking part in the Race of Champions exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. [Sixteen top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.]
FRANCE
RTRZPVH
December 04, 2004
Winner Ekstrom of Sweden and runner-up Loeb of France in victory lap after Race of Champions charity...
Saint Denis, France
Winner Ekstrom of Sweden and runner-up Loeb of France in victory lap after Race of Champions charity...
Winner Ekstrom of Sweden and runner-up Loeb of France in victory lap after Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Winner, Mattias Ekstrom of Sweden (L) and runner-up Sebastien Loeb of France (R) salute spectators during a victory lap after the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004. Some16 top rally and Formula One drivers competed in the charity event at the Stade de France stadium, which has been converted into a race track for this special event, to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRZPV7
December 04, 2004
Winner Ekstrom of Sweden and runner-up Loeb of France in victory lap after Race of Champions charity...
Saint Denis, France
Winner Ekstrom of Sweden and runner-up Loeb of France in victory lap after Race of Champions charity...
Winner Ekstrom of Sweden and runner-up Loeb of France in victory lap after Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Winner, Mattias Ekstrom of Sweden (L) and runner-up Sebastien Loeb of France (R) salute spectators during a victory lap after the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004. Some16 top rally and Formula One drivers competed in the charity event at the Stade de France stadium, which has been converted into a race track for this special event, to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRZPRK
December 04, 2004
Sweden's Mattias Ekstrom driving an Audi competes in the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004...
Saint Denis, France
Swedish driver Ekstrom competes in the Race of Champions charity event in Paris.
Sweden's Mattias Ekstrom driving an Audi competes in the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers are competing in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli VT/MAL/THI
FRANCE
RTRZPQ2
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions"...
Saint Denis, France
Formula One champion Schumacher competes in the Race of Champions charity event in Paris.
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli VT/MAL/THI
FRANCE
RTRZPP1
December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions"...
Saint Denis, France
Formula One champion Schumacher competes in the Race of Champions charity event in Paris.
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher competes in during the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli VT/MAL/THI
FRANCE
RTRZPHH
December 04, 2004
Forumula One champion Schumacher poses with special car he will compete in for the Race of Champions...
Saint Denis, France
Forumula One champion Schumacher poses with special car he will compete in for the Race of Champions...
Forumula One champion Schumacher poses with special car he will compete in for the Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the special car he will compete in during the "Race of Champions" in Paris, December 4, 2004 at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.
FRANCE
RTRZPGE
December 04, 2004
France's rally champion Sebastian Loeb signs autographs at the in Paris, Stade de france stadium in Saint...
Saint Denis, France
French rally champion Loeb signs autographs before the Race of Champions charity event in Paris.
France's rally champion Sebastian Loeb signs autographs at the in Paris, Stade de france stadium in Saint Denis, near Paris, December 4, 2004. Loeb is taking part in the "Race of Champions" exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRZPFZ
December 04, 2004
Forumula One champion Schumacher and other top drivers prepare for Race of Champions charity event in...
Saint Denis, France
Forumula One champion Schumacher and other top drivers prepare for Race of Champions charity event ......
Forumula One champion Schumacher and other top drivers prepare for Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers in with other top international drivers in Paris, December 4, 2004. They are all taking part in the "Race of Champions" exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. L-R: Sebastien Bourdais and Stephane Sarrazin of France, David Coulthard and Colin MacRae of Britain, Armin Schwarz and Michael Schumacher from Germany, Jean Alesi and Sebastien Loeb of France
FRANCE
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December 04, 2004
Forumula One champion Schumacher and other top drivers prepare for Race of Champions charity event in...
Saint Denis, France
Forumula One champion Schumacher and other top drivers prepare for Race of Champions charity event ......
Forumula One champion Schumacher and other top drivers prepare for Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (C) poses for photographers with other top international drivers in Paris, December 4, 2004. They are all taking part in the "Race of Champions" exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. 16 top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease.L-R: Kenny Brack and Mattias Ekstrom of Sweden, Heikki Kovalainen of Finland, Sebastien Bourdais and Stephane Sarrazin of France, David Coulthard and Colin MacRae of Britain, Armin Schwarz and Michael Schumacher from Germany, Jean Alesi and Sebastien Loeb of France, Tony Kanaan and Felipe Massa of Brazil and Casey Mears and Jimmie Johnson from the USA.
FRANCE
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December 04, 2004
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the German flag in Paris, December...
Saint Denis, France
Forumula One champion Schumacher poses with German flag before Race of Champions charity event in Paris....
Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher poses with the German flag in Paris, December 4, 2004. Schumacher is taking part in the Race of Champions exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. Sixteen top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli VT/MAL/GB
FRANCE
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December 04, 2004
Forumula One champion Schumacher and French rally champion Loeb prepare for Race of Champions charity...
Saint Denis, France
Forumula One champion Schumacher and French rally champion Loeb prepare for Race of Champions ...
Forumula One champion Schumacher and French rally champion Loeb prepare for Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher (L) and French rally champion Sebastien Loeb (R) pose for photographers in Paris, December 4, 2004. Both drivers are taking part in the Race of Champions exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. Sixteen top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
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December 04, 2004
Forumula One champion Schumacher addresses press conference before Race of Champions charity event in...
Saint Denis, France
Forumula One champion Schumacher addresses press conference before Race of Champions charity event ......
Forumula One champion Schumacher addresses press conference before Race of Champions charity event in Paris. Germany's World Champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher addresses a press conference in Paris, December 4, 2004 before taking part in the Race of Champions exhibition event at the Stade de France stadium, converted into a race track for this special event. Sixteen top rally and Formula One drivers will compete in the charity event to which the proceeds will go to research for bone marrow and brain disease. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
BRITAIN
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November 24, 2004
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased...
London, UK
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference in London.
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased production of normal adult haemoglobin, addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference at the Natural History Museum in London, November 24, 2004. Zain's parents, Raj and Shahana, won permission at the High Court in 2003 to try for a "designer baby" to provide a bone marrow transplant donor for Zain, but after six failed attempts at IVF and five miscarriages, they are now appealing to potential ethnic and mixed race donors in the UK and around the world. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid PKM/ASA
BRITAIN
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November 24, 2004
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased...
London, UK
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference in London.
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased production of normal adult haemoglobin, addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference at the Natural History Museum in London, November 24, 2004. Zain's parents, Raj and Shahana, won permission at the High Court in 2003 to try for a "designer baby" to provide a bone marrow transplant donor for Zain, but after six failed attempts at IVF and five miscarriages, they are now appealing to potential ethnic and mixed race donors in the UK and around the world. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid PKM/ASA
RAGUSA
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September 08, 2003
The coffin of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa is driven on a fire truck from his funeral in New York on September...
New York, USA
The coffin of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa is driven on a fire truck from his funeral in New York on .....
The coffin of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa is driven on a fire truck from his funeral in New York on September 8, 2003. The service marks the final of the 343 members of the Fire Department of New York who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center. Ragusa had donated blood for typing by a bone-marrow donors program, and the vial of blood and a few personal effects were placed in the coffin since his body was one of the many never identified or recovered. REUTERS/Chip East
SEPT11 FUNERAL
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September 08, 2003
Vincent and Dee Ragusa (C) stand during the funeral of their son Fire
Fighter Michael Ragusa, in New...
New York
PARENTS AT THE FINAL WTC FIREFIGHTERS FUNERAL IN NEW YORK.
Vincent and Dee Ragusa (C) stand during the funeral of their son Fire
Fighter Michael Ragusa, in New York on September 8, 2003. Ragusa's
funeral was the final of the 343 members of the Fire Department of New
York who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center two years ago.
Ragusa had donated blood for typing by a bone-marrow donors program,
and the vial of blood and a few personal effects were placed in the
coffin since his body was one of the many never identified or
recovered. REUTERS/Chip East

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SEPT11 FUNERAL
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September 08, 2003
Mayor Michael Bloomberg (C) and Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta
(R) stand at the funeral of Fire...
New York
MAYOR BLOOMBERG AT THE FINAL WTC FIREFIGHTERS FUNERAL IN NEW YORK.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg (C) and Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta
(R) stand at the funeral of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa, in New York on
September 8, 2003. The funeral marked the final of the 343 members of
the Fire Department of New York who died in the attacks on the World
Trade Center two years ago. Ragusa had donated blood for typing by a
bone-marrow donors program, and the vial of blood and a few personal
effects were placed in the coffin since his body was one of the many
never identified or recovered. REUTERS/Chip East

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SEPT11 FUNERAL
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September 08, 2003
Vincent and Dee Ragusa (Top-L) attend the funeral of their son New York
Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa,...
New York
PARENTS AND COFFIN AT THE FINAL WTC FIREFIGHTERS FUNERAL IN NEW YORK.
Vincent and Dee Ragusa (Top-L) attend the funeral of their son New York
Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa, in New York on September 8, 2003. The
funeral marked the final of the 343 members of the Fire Department of
New York who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center two years
ago. Ragusa had donated blood for typing by a bone-marrow donors
program, and the vial of blood and a few personal effects were placed
in the coffin since his body was one of the many never identified or
recovered. REUTERS/Chip East

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SEPT11 FUNERAL
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September 08, 2003
Firefighters salute during the funeral of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa,
in New York on September 8, 2003....
New York
SALUTE AT THE FINAL WTC FIREFIGHTERS FUNERAL IN NEW YORK.
Firefighters salute during the funeral of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa,
in New York on September 8, 2003. The funeral marks the final of the
343 members of the Fire Department of New York who died in the attacks
on the World Trade Center two years ago. Ragusa had donated blood for
typing by a bone-marrow donors program, and the vial of blood and a few
personal effects were placed in the coffin since his body was one of
the many never identified or recovered. REUTERS/Chip East

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SEPT11 FUNERAL
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September 08, 2003
New York Firefighters stand at the funeral of Fire Fighter Michael
Ragusa, in New York on September...
New York
FIREFIGHTERS AT THE FINAL WTC FIREFIGHTERS FUNERAL IN NEW YORK.
New York Firefighters stand at the funeral of Fire Fighter Michael
Ragusa, in New York on September 8, 2003. The funeral marks the final
of the 343 members of the Fire Department of New York who died in the
attacks on the World Trade Center two years ago. Ragusa had donated
blood for typing by a bone-marrow donors program, and the vial of blood
and a few personal effects were placed in the coffin since his body was
one of the many never identified or recovered. REUTERS/Chip East

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SEPT11 FUNERAL
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September 08, 2003
The coffin of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa is driven on a fire truck
from his funeral in New York on...
New York
COFFIN AT THE FINAL WTC FIREFIGHTERS FUNERAL IN NEW YORK.
The coffin of Fire Fighter Michael Ragusa is driven on a fire truck
from his funeral in New York on September 8, 2003. The service marks
the final of the 343 members of the Fire Department of New York who
died in the attacks on the World Trade Center. Ragusa had donated blood
for typing by a bone-marrow donors program, and the vial of blood and a
few personal effects were placed in the coffin since his body was one
of the many never identified or recovered. REUTERS/Chip East

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