Researchers have found a new way to supply replicated critical organs, such as hearts, kidneys, and pancreases, retrieved from pigs, using a differentiating blood type. This may be the key to successfully transplanting designer animal** organs within humans. Rabin Medical Center has published findings showing positive results in the use of progenitor cells replacing the blood of the donor within the critical organ. Lead researcher, Dr. Shahar Cohen, hypothesizes that the blood vessel is the most significant cause of organ transplant rejections. Substituting the donor’s blood with a stem cell-like replacement, appears to be the key to a potential breakthrough in medical science. Click here to learn more.