Debbie Harry injected sheep embryos to maintain youthfulness

by VR Sreeraman on  August 2, 2007 at 11:43 AM Celebrity Health News
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Debbie Harry injected sheep embryos to maintain youthfulness
Blondie singer Debbie Harry once took sheep embryo injections to maintain her young looks.

The 62-year-old claimed that she got the idea from a Swiss clinic in Montreux.

'I thought: 'Wow, this is so logical - you have fresh cells'. I was the youngest person that had ever done it,' the Sun quoted Harry, as saying.

'They made the injections from the embryos of black sheep and they would take from different organs in different embryos - from the liver, the glands and from the bone - in order to make up the injections. There were 11 injections in all,' she said.

That's not all the 'Blondie' singer has done to stay young, for she revealed that she even had a 'facial surgery' and now take the controversial hormone treatment HGH keep old age at bay.

'At one time age was considered wisdom and prestige. But now nobody really values age the way they did,' she said.

Source: ANI
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