I really don’t know what to say about this.
“Yesterday, researchers published a paper in the journal Cell announcing that they had successfully produced the first human-pig chimera—an embryo that contains cells from two genetically distinct species.
“The controversial study is the first step in growing human organs in non-human host animals for transplantation.
“According to Hannah Devlin at The Guardian, the research was led by a team at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California.
“The scientists transformed cells from an adult human into stem cells, then injected those into early-stage pig embryos.
“These embryos were then implanted into female pigs where they were allowed to develop for three to four weeks, what amounts to the first trimester of a pig pregnancy.”
Read more at The Smithsonian