Cellular Memory and Heart Transplants

There are lots of interesting and compelling stories about heart transplant recipients also receiving some of the memories, behaviours, preferences, and habits of the donor. It used to be assumed that all memory was stored in the nervous system, primarily, and in the immune system, secondarily. It is now believed that every cell has memory, and that this is what accounts for the heretofore inexplicable memories transplant recipients have. Pearsall, P., Schwartz, G., & Russek, L. 2005. Organ Transplants and Cellular Memories. Nexus Magazine, Volume 12, Number 3.

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