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A Real Life “Frankin-Monster” Has Just Created by Scientists… Humans Will Never Be tThe Same!

By Lisa Haven Scientists have literally gone off the deep end. In their latest venture, they are attempting to inject human brain tissue into rats. Small pieces of human brain tissue being injected into the rats has ignited a major ethical debate among scientists worried it will give the rodents

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