Will the new horns of today live forever?
Technology and medicine is advancing exponentially therefore its feasable that in 20 years all organs could be simply printed off by 3D printers.
Advancement in technology will not be able to replace the mechanisms of cells with the organs.
No. I do not think so. I would be more interested in a cure for cancer, ALS, Alzheimer's, etc. Something that could really benefit mankind.
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