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500-Year-Old Girl's Blood Can Save Life Of Any Dying Man And It's Hard To Believe

Scientists were surprised to find a fully preserved and frozen girl near an Argentinian volcano in 1999. The girl was just 15 years old at the time of her death and had been preserved from 500 years. The 500-year-old girl had her hair, body and skin completely maintained in cold temperature.

It seemed that she recently passed away. The amazing thing is that the blood from this 500-year-old lady can be used to combat various diseases. Click next for more information about this miraculous 500-year-old mummy

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500-Year-Old Girl's Blood Can Save Life Of Any Dying Man And It's Hard To Believe

500-Year-Old Girl's Blood Can Save Life Of Any Dying Man And It's Hard To Believe

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This 500-year-old frozen girl was basically an Incas native. 

This 500-year-old frozen girl was basically an Incas native. 

She was sacrificed to the God, which is a common ritual in the Incan culture. This Incan mummy is known as 'The Maiden.'

The view from the summit of Llullaillaco volcano where dead children were found. 

The view from the summit of Llullaillaco volcano where dead
children were found. 

Capacocha is a ceremony generally conducted after cultural events. During this ceremony, kids of 6-15 years old are sacrificed just to please the God. In 1999, 3 children of Llullaillaco were found deep-frozen embedded in an assortment of gold, silver, shell statues, clothing and food. The children included a 13-year-old known as the 'Llullaillaco Maiden.'

This Maiden mummy of a 15-year-old Incan girl is estimated to be nearly 500 years old. 

This Maiden mummy of a 15-year-old Incan girl is estimated to be nearly 500 years old. 

This teen girl suffered from a bacterial lung infection at the time of her death. 

Researchers used proteomics, focusing on protein rather than DNA to study the degraded samples of the mummies.

Researchers used proteomics, focusing on protein rather than DNA to study the degraded samples of the mummies.

The blood samples taken from the body of three young Incan mummies might help in finding the cure of several diseases. 

This 500-year-old mummy was so well preserved that she even had lice in her hair. 

This 500-year-old mummy was so well preserved that she even
had lice in her hair. 

Scientists used the latest technique for diagnosis in which they swabbed the lips of Maiden mummy and compared the swabs with those of current patients.

Image of the place where the dead bodies of Incan kids were found.

Image of the place where the dead bodies of Incan kids were found.

Researchers took three long days because of driving blizzards and 70 mph wind to reach the top of Llullaillaco volcano. 

It is for the very first time that disease has been diagnosed in an ancient body. Corthals researcher explained, 'Our technique opens a new door to solving some of the history's biggest mysteries, such as the reasons why the flu of 1918 was so devastating. It will also enhance our understanding of future's greatest threats, such as the emergence of new infectious agents or re-emergence of known infectious diseases.'

This study might help in solving many historical, current biomedical and forensic mysteries.  

This study might help in solving many historical, current
biomedical and forensic mysteries.  

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