Xenotransplantation. What is xenotransplantation? History of . . . Statistics Biological Concept of . . . Ethical Issues of . . . Where are we going with . . . Works Cited Photos Cited. Pigs and Humans. Rebecca Lewis Frontiers in Biology. What is Xenotransplantation?.
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Pigs and Humans
Frontiers in Biology
Primates vs. Pigs
Existing Problems and Worries
Solutions to the Problems
Arguments For Xenotransplantation
Although to date there still hasn’t been any long term success with xenotransplantation scientists are optimistic that humans will no longer have any shortage of organs, tissues, or cells for transplantation. Scientists are continually conducting experiments to find new ways to solve any existing problems and to help prevent any new problems. These range from developing new medications for rejection to breeding genetically engineered pigs for the specific use of xenotransplantation. Although there have been some ethical issues raised, there doesn’t seem to be any obstacles in the way of these remarkable experiments.