Scientists Want to Transplant a Human Head, Here’s Why That’s a Bad Idea




A group of scientists are planning to perform a human head transplant at the end of 2017. But is their plan scientifically feasible?
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Surgeons Conduct Head Transplants on Rats, Say Humans Are Next (seeker.com)
Head Transplant Surgeon Says He’s Successfully Reattached The Spinal Cords of a Bunch More Animals (sciencealert.com)
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