World’s First Human Head Transplant Carried Out By Medical Experts! It is well said by some genius that Nothing is Impossible, and day after day we find shreds of evidence which prove the statement right. Every other field is showing its advancement on different platforms by achieving the impossible. We people don’t understand the medical stuff, but thankfully there are people doctors and researchers, who day after day are making progress in the field for our betterment.
The ambitious spirits of the medical researchers have brought about a new revolution in medical science. As per the statement of the Italian professor and neurosurgeon, Sergio Canavero, the world’s first ever human head transplant has been conducted in China. As per the news, the transplant was carried out in a span of 18 hours long operation. The operation was conducted on a corpse and it was concluded that it was conceivable to rejoin the spine, veins and the nerves of an injured head.
The operation was headed by Dr. Xiaoping Ren, along with a team from the Harbin Medical University. Xiaoping is renowned for his work in which he inserted a head on the top of a monkey’s body. The central objective of the surgery was to cut and repair the spinal string before utilizing electrical or attractive jolts to restore the nerves, ideally inciting development in the dead body.
Canavero, the chief of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, talked in a meeting in Vienna for the benefit of the group and said that they would soon rehearse the same operation on a living being. He said that “For too long nature has dictated her rules to us. We’re born, we grow, we age and we die. For millions of years, humans have evolved and 100 billion humans have died. That’s genocide on a mass scale. We have entered an age where we will take our destiny back in our hands. It will change everything. It will change you at every level. The first human head transplant, in the human mode, has been realized. The paper will be released in a few days. Everyone said it was impossible, but the surgery was successful.”
Canavero had shared his idea about the transplant in 2015 and had received an overwhelming response and many people came forward to undertake the life-threatening surgery. A handicapped Russian scientist, Valery Spiridonov, had also stepped for the head transplant.
Canavero has revealed his plans recently after the success of the first transplant and has said that the transplant would be tested on someone from China only, and many people have volunteered for the same.
Canavero seems very confident about this transplant and we hope that it turns out to be successful as it would be a great add-on to the medical assets.