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  1. If (or when) a brain transplant was possible, then life expectancy could certainly be increased. But not indefinitely. The brain itself is also susceptible to diseases and aging. For example,Alzheimer's – everyone's heard it. List of other neurodegenerative diseases. Blood supply problems to the brain-a vessel has burst and the brain is suffering.

    Now I will add links where we discuss problems with brain transplants. While there is no close solution to the problem of connecting nerves. When the problem is solved, it will be a breakthrough in medicine, since often a person becomes motionless only because of problems with signal transmission from the brain, and the hands, feet and other organs themselves remain in order.

    What happens if you transplant the brain of one person into the head of another?

    I recommend this one:

    Doctors, what results do you expect from the planned head transplants in the future?

    I don't know if it was mentioned, but so far, progress has been made in connecting nerves-with an eye transplant, the brain begins to distinguish between light and dark with a new eye.

  2. You will be able to live until the first transfer, and then-kayak. The brain doesn't work outside of the rest of the body – it's directly connected to the bone marrow, nervous system, and other organs. This is not the engine in the car, the brain itself is a big piece of jelly.

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