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Adam Goodes undergoes revolutionary stem cell treatment to prolong AFL career

Having a medical procedure isn't the way most Australian's chose to spend their Melbourne Cup day but it will all be worth it for Swans champ Adam Goodes if the revolutionary stem cell treatment he received keeps him going for another year.

The procedure saved Goodes career earlier this year when he was struggling to recover from a chronic knee injury. Now he could even play past 2015.

"It gave me a new lease of life and took the pain away and my knee has been fantastic since," Goodes said.

"It seems like the smart...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:52

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Beale still in frame to join Wallabies

Kurtley Beale could still join the Wallabies tour of Europe as soon as he's deemed fit enough.

Beale remains in Australia after his team mates notched a morale boosting win against the Barbarians in London.

Newly appointed coach Michael Cheika left the door open for Beale to join the tour, saying the Waratahs playmaker needed some time away to work on his fitness and state of mind following the controversy.

Assistant coach Nathan Grey also confirmed Beale would be considered for a call-up when he proved his...

 

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