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Neuroscience is Advancing, But We’re a Long Way Off Head Transplants

Article   May 08, 2018 | by Dr. Lindsay Collins-Praino, Senior Lecturer in School of Medicine, University of Adelaide, Writing for The Conversation

 
Take It From Me: Neuroscience is advancing, but we’re a long way off head transplants
 
 
 

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