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Asked by velocity1166 to Emma, Josie, Kristyn, Peter, Sarah on 28 Aug 2013.
Keywords: characteristics, donor, organ, personality
If it’s not a brain transplant, it’s unlikely. 🙂
No….When patients receive a transplant, they have to go on drugs to suppress their immune system, otherwise the new organ will be recognised as a foreign body and be rejected.
Personality and interests are all stored in your brain and we can’t do brain transplants yet!!
Nope! That’s all in the brain!
I did watch a documentary once on people with heart transplants ‘inheriting’ some aspects of the donor’s personality…but I don’t know if that’s *really* true or not! I think the documentary was being a bit sensationalist….
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