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According to this study of patients who have received transplanted organs, particularly hearts, it is not uncommon for memories, behaviours, preferences and habits associated with the donor to be transferred to the recipient.
Originally posted by HugmyRek
reply to post by Syntax123
This is why I don't consider an eye transplant though it would make all the difference in the world if even feasable for my condition which is an undeveloped/damaged nerve, so they tell me. I did see that movie which only freaked me out more. And I hold a grievance to my second plasma based RH- rhogam shot, even though it's just a wee tiny bit of a life saving procedure. It also makes me wonder about plasma donations for war, rather the pool we draw from to gain those life saving measures, and I think we should move away from this to a pre-draw of soilders own plasma in advance of deployment--not that biological products can just 'be on hand' at war-or can they?
Nice find, OP.