'Play Dead! Good Dog! Eat Brains!'

Can't Possibly Be True

from Metropulse

Scientists at the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research in Pittsburgh announced in June that they had drained dogs’ blood from their bodies, filled them with a replacement fluid, and then revived them by successfully reinfusing blood three hours later, thus creating for a time “zombie” dogs. During the three hours, the dogs were clinically dead, with no heartbeat or brain activity, but after reinfusion and electric shocks, they came back to life, normal with no brain damage. (Not all dogs made it back, though.) A spokesman said the technique could be tried on humans within a year.


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