Baby boy born without skin defying odds after new tissue was grown for him in a lab his mom reveals 

Ja'bari Gray, 10 months, was born in January 2019 in San Antonio, Texas, with almost no skin below his neck. After a skin transplant over the summer, his famly can finally touch him.
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Debate needed over research with ‘potential for something to suffer’, neuroscientists sayNeuroscientists may have crossed an “ethical rubicon” by growing lumps of human brain in the lab, and in some cases transplanting the tissue into animals, researchers warn.The creation of mini-brains or brain “organoids” has become one of the hottest fields in modern neuroscience. The blobs of tissue are made from stem cells and, while they are only the size of a pea, some have developed spontaneous brain waves,similar to those seen in premature babies.Continue reading...
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