Subject: If cells continually regenerate, why don't tatoos go away?
Date: Thu Jun 7 10:45:24 2001
Posted by Tony
Grade level: undergrad
School: ASU West
City: Phoenix State/Province: AZ
Area of science: Anatomy
I remember reading that almost every cell in your body is
recycled every seven years (except for neurons). Is that true?
If so and assuming their are no neurons in my dermis, then why do tatoos last
more than 7 years?
Re: If cells continually regenerate, why don't tatoos go away?
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