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May 9, 2012

Here’s one I made earlier: Making organ donation a thing of the past – the British lab growing human spare parts

‘This is a nose we’re growing for a patient next month,’ Professor Alexander Seifalian says matter-of-factly, plucking a Petri dish from the bench beside him.  Inside is an utterly lifelike appendage, swimming in red goo. (Daily Mail)

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