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Getting Better All The Time

Military researchers have developed techniques to regenerate limbs and organs, using nanoscaffolds. I like the idea of growing a new heart.

I have to say, though, that it's not the headline I would have chosen. Those military researchers are going to look kind of funny with those new limbs.


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gs wrote:

Wow. It's impossible to resist speculating where this might lead:

What about replacing body parts lost to disease or surgery? What about in vitro growth?

Bryan Lovely wrote:

A hundred bucks says it will be used for breast enhancement within five years.

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