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... perhaps ill organs can be reprocessed outside the body, and put back in to a the original or a new man or woman, can this work?
Out-of-body operation banishes tumoursFor the first time, cancer has been treated by removing an organ from the body, giving it radiotherapy and then re-implanting it. The out-of-body operation allows doctors to administer high doses of radiation to widespread tumours without affecting other organs.
I recall a TV commercial showing the immense build of plaque in the heart of a smoker. Perhaps it can be removed and cleaned professionally over two minutes and replanted? Including the aorta...?