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CLEVELAND, Apr. 28 (LSN) – Once again, science fiction has nearly become reality. Dr Robert White of Case Western Reserve University recently described to ABC News the procedure for a “a total body transplant.” Predicting the procedure could be fully successful within a year, Dr White described how to take the functioning body of a “brain-dead” person, and attach it to the head of someone is experiencing multiple organ failure.  Dr White revealed that researchers at Case Western have already successful switched the bodies of two monkeys. Six hours after the operation, he said, the monkeys “not only would follow us with their eyes around the laboratory, but they could hear, they could taste – they could feel about the face.” The monkeys were unable to move, however, as scientists have not yet discovered how to reconnect the spinal cord.  To see a video of the ABC segment, go to:  https://www.abcnews.com/sections/living/DailyNews/mckenzie_head980427.html

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