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The first two pictures show the tip of a mans finger that had been sliced off in an accident in the summer of 2005. It was surgically stitched back together, however it failed to heal. These pictures show what his finger looked like just before he began Bio-Kinetics . Notice the infection and gangreen developing at the tip (black discoloration within and around the white tip. The white tip is not his fingernail, it is dead skin at the tip of his finger). His doctors scheduled him for amputation, since this is typically the only alternative when a limb develops gangreen.