"After more than 20 years of research, a team of scientists are bioengineering penises in the lab which may soon be transplanted safely on to patients. It is an extraordinary medical endeavour . . . . ": http://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/oct/04/penis-transplants-anthony-atala-interview
Soon they’ll be bioengineering entire people in the lab…without scalp hair of course.
I suspect that the public and the medical profession think restoring lost pubic hair is important, while thinking MPB is not important and that we should just deal with it.
And it’s only “five years” away…
[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by roger_that[/postedby]
Soon they’ll be bioengineering entire people in the lab…without scalp hair of course.[/quote] LOL. How right you are.
That’s right–scalp hair seems to be the hardest part.
Actually, I understand they got a grant to find a way to restore lost pubic hair–because unlike the frivolous loss of head hair, the loss of pubic hair is a horrible affliction.
Yeah, most likely you’ll be able to grow a perfectly identical clone with only one downside, no hair on the head other than in the ears and nose along with the occasional 3" eyebrow hair. Being able to get a 12" penis implant sounds like a plus though.