World’s First Human Head Transplant Successfully Performed Last February (Photos)

The controversial world’s first human head transplant is causing some noise. Recently, a record was found out of the same surgery.

The world’s first human head transplant which will be about to happen in December is said to be the first time in the history of Earth. However, The Controversial Files reported how the same procedure was performed last February under the guidance of Professor Myron Danus.

The report claims that it’s the “real” world’s first human head transplant which happened in Johannesburg, South Africa five years ago in a 19-hour operation. The surgery involved a 36-year-old man who reportedly suffers from bone cancer and a donor body from a car accident. The records showed that it was the world’s first successful head transplant which was performed by a team of surgeons.

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Five years ago, the 36-year-old Paul Horner was said to volunteer in the operation after getting on the verge of death due to bone cancer five years ago. While the team of South African surgeons including Doctor Tom Downey was the other people who were involved in the said successful world’s first human head transplant.

Dr. Downey commented that the operation is a massive breakthrough in science and medicine wherein they have already proved that it can be done wherein the success of the operation leads to infinite possibilities. Meanwhile, according to Elite Readers, the said success story of the world’s first human head transplant is just a hoax and not real for it still remains a mystery.

Furthermore, there were some falsifications that Paul Horner is already recovering at 85% rate and can already perform his normal life like walking and talking. It’s more likely that half of the people are still in disbelief from the statement of Downey regarding the said world’s first human head transplant.

However, whether the claim is real or not, it still brings hope for the announced world’s first human head transplant that will be performed by Dr. Sergio Canavero in December. Fortunately, because of the claim of the said successful operation, many had volunteered to be the subject of Dr. Canavero’s surgery, but it’s still Valery Spiridonov who is prioritized.

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