Controversial Doctor Believes 2017 Will See The First Successful Human Head Transplant

Written by Natalie Bogdanski
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Once the patient’s head is removed from the body, his spinal cord will be glued together, the spinal column screwed, and the muscles reattached. After the surgery is completed, the patient will be placed in a coma for 6 weeks to allow time for the spinal cord to heal.

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This procedure has received a lot of criticism by medical professionals. A spinal cord has never successfully been reattached in the past, and there are also many questions about the ethics of the entire operation.

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Dr. Canavero believes that this surgery will be the link to everlasting life, but many beg to differ. Will this surgery be a medical success? We will have to wait until 2017 to find out.

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Dr. Canavero believes that this surgery will be the link to everlasting life, but many beg to differ. Will this surgery be a medical success? We will have to wait until 2017 to find out.

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to SHARE this post with your Facebook friends. If you’re interested in reading similar stories then please click on the ‘Next Post’ button below.

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