--POLAND OUT / EASTNEWS OUT -- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE -- MANDATORY CREDIT AFP PHOTO / PAP / Agencja TVN / TVN24 TV grab taken on February 11, 2011 shows Metropolitan Bishop of Cracow, Cardinal ... more 
--POLAND OUT / EASTNEWS OUT -- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE -- MANDATORY CREDIT AFP PHOTO / PAP / Agencja TVN / TVN24 TV grab taken on February 11, 2011 shows Metropolitan Bishop of Cracow, Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz (L) handing a medallion containing a fragment of a robe worn by late Polish pope John Paul II and a drop of his blood to Polish news station tvn24 reporter Robert Jalocha, who will give them to Polish F1 driver Robert Kubica. Polish church leaders are hoping that a drop of blood belonging to the late Pope John Paul II will put fellow-Pole, Formula One star Robert Kubica, on the road to recovery, a senior clergyman said. Kubica is in serious condition after a horror crash in Italy on February 6, 2011. AFP PHOTO / PAP / Agencja TVN / TVN24 -- POLAND OUT / EASTNEWS OUT -- (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images) less 
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