Hybrid Animal-Human Organs Could Prevent Diseases Before They Occur [Pics]

Hybrid Animal-Human Organs Could Prevent Diseases Before They Occur [Pics]

Body parts fused with different species DNA can react to heart attacks and strokes to stop them from happening.

Ross Brooks
  • 9 july 2013

Agatha Haines is a Royal College of Art student who’s latest project called Circumventive Organs looks at the idea of infusing human organs with animal characteristics – allowing them to better deal with heart attacks and other medical ailments.

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