The Right Chemistry: Could human head transplants be possible?

Based on what is known today, this seems like the macabre idea of a mad scientist. Then again, organ transplants were once thought impossible.
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Michigan school shooting suspect’s parents charged with involuntary manslaughter
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Canada expands booster dose recommendations for COVID-19
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REDress Project on display at MHC offers visual representation of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
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From social gal to sofa gal: How party people coped when galas were on pause
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Regina police investigating bear spray incident at mall
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Streveler cheering on former Bombers teammates from down south
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Little girl killed in London, Ont. crash remembered as ‘brilliant and vivacious’
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Former UBC prof Steven Galloway’s defamation suit can continue to trial
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Robert Libman: Quebec anglos still 'don't get no respect'
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