Healing the body: transplant or transform?

The Christian Science Monitor

Transferring organs from one body to another is in some cases already quite common. Healthy kidneys or hearts are being substituted for their injured or diseased counterparts with greater frequency than ever before.

Thus the question "Can the transplantation of vital organs be done?" has obviously been answered. Yet there remain other questions—questions of deep significance to our quest for greater understanding of what man really is.

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