Re: "Brain Transplant Technologies" - 5th Annual Anti-Aging Conference Brief Recap

Tony B. Csoka (
Tue, 16 Dec 1997 16:59:52 -0800 (PST)

Natasha Vita More:

>Dr. White explained, that because of the
>nonreconstitution of the spinal column, the brain transplant surgery
>be a same-same physical situation unless Reeves' (for example) body was
>deteriorating rapidly -- essentially dying, the brain transplant could be
>then put into another body but it would still be paralyzed due to the

Was there anybody there working on the spinal reconnection aspect of the
surgery? Obviously this is just as important as the blood flow. I presume
they finished up with paralysed animals in the experiments you mentioned?