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  1. If at the same time the brain retains its identity, then of course it will. More than one popular science book is devoted to this turn of events. The problem is that the issue of rejection of foreign tissues has not yet been resolved.

  2. I don't think so. The brain is essentially a central computer that gives commands to the body, processing information coming from outside. The aging process itself is the deterioration of the body as a whole, slowing down the processes of metabolism, regeneration, blood circulation, hormonal dysfunctions, the ability to maintain homeostasis is lost, etc.

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