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why regeneration of body organs in humans are not developped?

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    Apparently, the process of evolution of the Human species has found no particular reproductive or survival advantage for it.

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    Who would develop this? You'll probably need to ask God.

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    Remember, skin can regenerate,and it is an organ. Liver cells can regenerate, with the right stimulus.

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