In The 1920s, A Doctor Removed A Dog’s Head & Kept It Alive Without Its Body

In the late 1920s, a Soviet doctor named Sergei Brukhonenko kept the head of a dog alive without a body. Includes use of a heart and lung machine.

The heart-lung machine called the ‘autojector’ which supposedly gave the head everything it needed to maintain life.


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