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Head transplant plans slammed as 'demented' - Page 2 - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 5th May, 2016 - 1:48am

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  Werdnig-Hoffman Syndrome World's First Head Transplant
9th May, 2015 - 12:51am / Post ID: #

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Well if history suggest anything, the man may live for about an hour after transplant. In 2014, they tried it with two healthy mice.



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9th May, 2015 - 11:32am / Post ID: #

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If you saw some of those pictures from the article then you know this isn't going to be very good. Its more like a suicide wish and I hope if he ends up just twitching that they do not try to prolong his life if that is all he will end up doing.



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Terminally Ill Man Set to Undergo World's First Head Transplant Meets the Doctor Who's Doing It

In Russia, 30-year-old Valery Spiridonov will be flying to the United States to meet the doctor who plans to perform the world's first head transplant on him. During the operation, Italian surgeon, Dr. Sergio Canavero, intends to completely remove Spiridonov's head and reattached it to a healthy body. Ref. Source 9m



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Head transplant plans slammed as 'demented'

SERGIO Canavero is set to perform the first human head transplant before the end of 2017, but many are condemning him as Dr Frankenstein. Ref. Source 6h.

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