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Dal
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Dec25-03, 12:49 AM
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So,... this strands of DNA is what makes everyone of us unique and they're in every organs, tissues, blood...etc right? When there is an organ transplant, the part(or organ) that you're accepting has its own genetic stature so doesn't the body reject the new part? Once you acquired a new organ, how does your body and the organ having different genetic ID coexist without problem?
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