Should head transplants be legal?
New technology allows heads to be transplanted. Is it prudish and backward to try to stop this?
Is that even possible? To have someone else's head? That's insane.
This would actually be a full body transplant rather than a head transplant.
If it were possible and could save a life, then why shouldn't it be legal? I just shudder at the thought of my live head being detached from a body.
Sure. As Jayne pointed out, it would actually be a "full body transplant" as opposed to the other way around, and it's definitely going to be possible within our lifetimes. I'm much more interested in replacing my body parts, one by one, with parts that work way, way better (like a heart that never, ever runs out of energy because it's mechanical and designed way better than a human heart, for instance).
by MP50 7 years ago
What are your thoughts on this question? This alcoholic is on his second kidney transplant after 2.5 years of further abuse.
by MP50 7 years ago
A dialysis patient using recreational drugs while in prison, do you think a person like this should be kidney transplanted for a second time in thier life while still using drugs?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 2 years ago
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by Nose-in-the-News 5 years ago
When is a person actually pronounced as dead?
by flacoinohio 6 years ago
How long does transplanted hair last?I was just curious about how long a hair transplant lasts? Is there a warranty for the hair if it does not last longer than a year, five, even ten years ?
by sandra rinck 10 years ago
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