No, there has not been a successful human head transplant

By 2017, the surgeon swore, he'd conduct a human head transplant. If you’ve been paying attention to headlines today, you might think he’s followed through. [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made


Head transplant?
DepositphotosIn a 2015 TEDx talk, Sergio Canavero made a bold and tantalizing claim: by 2017, he swore, he would conduct the first human head transplant.
Canavero has not completed a successful human head transplant, and it is very unlikely that he will ever do so.
We repeat: No one has completed a successful human head transplant.
A human head transplant is exactly what it sounds like (except for the fact that we should really call it a body transplant, but whatever).

Opinion… * Man-Made


It seems highly unlikely that body (or head) transplants will ever exist at all. It might however improve our abilities to preserve brain function without blood flow, coming up with better ways of healing serious spinal wounds. #Healthcare #Mankind #Trend

Source: Popular Science