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Old 10-24-2017, 11:16 PM
Location: PRC
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This is a process in which DNA is introduced into the body and instructs the body to make a certain type of tissue. Think about that for a moment... yes, any tissue, organs, skin, blood, anything.

As the article says, who will ensure this only works for the good of the 'patient'? What if it goes wrong?

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turns skin cells into other cell types that can repair damaged tissues with the help of nanotechnology. A small microchip about the size of a penny is used to insert genetic code into your skin cells to bring about the transformation, and it works simply by placing the chip on top of the skin.
Study co-leader Dr. Chandan Sen said that TNT works 98 percent of the time and is non-invasive. He added: “By using our novel nanochip technology, injured or compromised organs can be replaced. We have shown that skin is a fertile land where we can grow the elements of any organ that is declining.”
This is amazing technology, to have developed a chip to be placed on the skin for only a brief moment and then removed, and that will start a process of 'healing'. Or not 'healing'

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