‘Extraordinary’: Gupta amazed by biologist’s ‘ghost’ heart

Dr. Doris Taylor is developing a groundbreaking way to engineer personalized hearts using a patient’s own stem cells. CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has more. #CNN #News


  1. The definition of insanity is saying “Trump is going to prison this time” over and over and expecting different results.

  2. When you understand how the cells work, this is amazing. I have a genetic mutation that happened after conception, so the mutated genes aren’t all over both sides of my body.

  3. Why in the world did Gupta add the bs about spirituality? This is completely about science and the ability of humans to learn and create.

  4. Ron DeSantis and Gregg Abbott should be made to watch this. The people they pander to are fearful of “other.” Shame on them.

  5. Amazing women doing amazing things with good intentions… For that I thank you, but we all know what the outcome and actually uses of such science will be used for and who can afford such miracle science and all the rest who cannot or whose insurance just won’t cover for any reason they come up with.

  6. The is no less than EXTRAORDINARY! I can’t help but wonder if this new technology can be used to make other organs in the body.

  7. I am in awe… just incredible. I’m slightly optimistic that mass production will make it more affordable than a used human heart, and possibly a greater quality one that hasn’t seen heavy partying and fast food. AND, this story is another classic example of why it’s not a great idea to try to suppress people because they are different from you.

    1. It always amazes me how some people ever believe that they have any right whatsoever to dictate who and how other people love

  8. Why are doctors talking about love and connection coming from the heart ? It’s complete nonsense, we know all that happens in the brain.

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