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17th Aug '16 11:36:08 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Literature/SeekersOfTheSky'', a number of people know how to use the Word, the power to put any inanimate object into the Cold (a PocketUniverse of sorts) and retrieve it on demand. One of the few rules is that nothing of the living can be placed in the Cold. There is, however, Bishop Gerard Lightbringer (heavily hinted to be Creator/GerardDepardieu's doppelganger), a reformed thief, who has discovered that he can cure cancer with a touch and a prayer. He truly believes that it's a divine miracle. Anyone who observes him, though, knows that he's simply using the Word. However, the fact that he's using it to put cancerous cells into the Cold is no less miraculous.
17th Aug '16 11:32:04 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Literature/SuperPowereds'', this is a fairly rare ability among Supers, and most healers merely accelerate the body's natural healing processes. There are those, who are able to completely remove injuries or sickness, as if they never happened. An extremely rare type is even able to retroactively remove past injuries that have already healed (there are less than a dozen of those in the world, and they are in extremely high demand and tend to charge a fortune for their services). Camille is also an interesting case. In fact, she's not a healer at all but an absorber, except instead of EnergyAbsorption, she absorbs injuries. She can then store those injuries and give them back with a touch (oh, and she can heal herself this way too, as long as she's conscious).
16th Aug '16 7:44:49 PM Galacton
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31st Jul '16 2:23:19 PM LordInsane
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** The 3.5 class Dragon Shaman gains an ability called ''Touch of Vitality'' that lets them heal wounds and eventually remove negative conditions by touch. It is nearly unique for such abilities in that it has ''[[AvertedTrope no]]'' effect on the [[ReviveKillsZombie undead]], good or bad.
26th Jul '16 7:35:21 AM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/JimmyAndThePulsatingMass'': There's at least three skills for healing others. First Aid, learned from a manual, High Five, from the Low-Level Goon, and some other skill from the Happy Little Sunflower.
14th Jul '16 1:41:46 PM Kimarous
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* In VideoGame/InFamous and its sequel Cole McGrath does this with electricity.

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* In VideoGame/InFamous ''VideoGame/InFamous'' and [[VideoGame/InFamous2 its sequel Cole McGrath sequel]] has [=Cole McGrath=] does this with electricity.electricity powers in a MagicalDefibrillator fashion.
** ''VideoGame/InfamousSecondSon'' has Deslin Rowe use his powers in a similar healing capacity, though his power sets (smoke, neon, video, and [[spoiler:concrete]]) are pretty... unorthodox for healing.
14th Jul '16 10:38:58 AM wohitzi
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* Ainslee's Blessing in ''Stranger & Stranger''. Conveniently, she already wanted to be a doctor before developing this power.

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* Ainslee's Blessing in ''Stranger & Stranger''.''Literature/StrangerAndStranger''. Conveniently, she already wanted to be a doctor before developing this power.
10th Jul '16 12:51:58 PM nombretomado
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* Shandala, heroine of ''BrokenSaints'', demonstrates this on more than one occasion, first healing her brother Tui, then Oran.

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* Shandala, heroine of ''BrokenSaints'', ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'', demonstrates this on more than one occasion, first healing her brother Tui, then Oran.
30th Jun '16 7:47:25 PM nombretomado
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* All Toa of Water in ''{{Bionicle}}'' are able to heal others (it is unknown if any other types of Toa can), but they have to sacrifice some of their Toa Power(or someone else's) to do so.

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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'':
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All Toa of Water in ''{{Bionicle}}'' are able to heal others (it is unknown if any other types of Toa can), but they have to sacrifice some of their Toa Power(or someone else's) to do so.
26th Jun '16 9:53:32 AM ErikModi
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* Not necessarily "healing" but Isaac from ''Series/TeenWolf'' was able to take some of the pain away from a dying dog. Presumably all werewolves have this ability as well.

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* Not necessarily "healing" but Isaac from ''Series/TeenWolf'' was able to take some of the pain away from a dying dog. Scott learned the ability earlier, and others have demonstrated it as well. Presumably all werewolves have this ability ability, or can at least learn it. Derek took it UpToEleven, sacrificing his Alpha power to heal his sister Corra, and Scott has amped it up into actual healing on a few occasions as well.
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