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The massive thing is being able to grow these things one way or another from your own cells, no rejection, no immunosupression. Most people aren't aware that transplanted organs regularly last as little as 15 years and then you need another whatever it is, more surgery, more drugs, more cost and more trauma. Even if the new transplants are a bit weak at first and only last 10 years they can be growing you another one while you use the first and you won't have the immunology problems transplant patients do now. It will be a strange world indeed.
"The secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom, courage."
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