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Russian men volunteer for the world’s first swap operation against Sohu News – Russian men’s girlfriend volunteer for the world’s first head operation against his girlfriend original title: Russian men volunteer for the world’s first head operation against girlfriend, according to British media reports, the doctor Sergio Khanna Vello from Italy for the next year the world’s first awakening of spinal cord function by transplanting the skull surgery. The researchers will cut off the head of the subjects, and then re connect the spinal cord, through electric stimulation to restore the spinal cord function. A Russian man suffering from spinal muscular atrophy has signed up to be a volunteer, but his girlfriend is not. Dr. Khanna Vello to conduct a series of experiments will cost about 120 million yuan. Dr. Khanna Vello is a controversial doctor. He is the director of the Italy Turin advanced neuromodulation research team, will he and other researchers of the world for the first time by the transplantation of human skull wake experiment, this experiment is also named as "experiment. Doctors said that the researchers will first choose a dead body of the deceased shortly after the incision of the spinal cord, and then reconnect with the new skull, and then use electric shock stimulation, so that the splicing of human resurrection. From Russia Valerie Spiridonov to become the volunteers. But his girlfriend didn’t agree. "She supports me to do everything, but she doesn’t think I need to change myself. However, I want to improve my living conditions, want to take care of themselves, no longer need the help of others. I think the experiment is worth a try." In response to questions from outside world, Dr. Khanna Vello responded to the International Journal of surgical neurology. "The results of this trial can be replicated, and new results have shown that the injured spinal cord can be repaired." Earlier this year, Chinese scientists announced that they had succeeded in restoring blood supply to the head and body of a monkey. But it does not mean that they can reconnect to the spinal cord. Dr Khanna Vello’s team includes researchers from South Korea, China and the United states. His team is called the head transplant expedition to study all the technologies needed. The team did experiments on mice, voles and dogs before, but failed. Finally, the South Korean team is said to be using PEG technology on a dog, implanted in the spinal cord between polyoxyethylene. The dog’s spinal cord damage reached 90%. 3 days after the operation, the dog could move his limbs. 3 weeks later, the dog could walk and wag his tail.