Subject: The effects of having more than one liver?
Date: Sat Apr 1 21:58:39 2006
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Area of science: Anatomy
I believe I heard a story about a man with 3 kidneys. What if a person had 4 or
5 kidneys or an extra liver? What would the effects on the body be? Would the
blood be a little cleaner? Would it be impossible to get drunk? Now what if the
person was perfectly healthy and for some reason some one cut them open and
transplanted a liver into them. Would that be a fatal mistake?
Re: The effects of having more than one liver?
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