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Scientists in Pittsburgh succeeded in reanimating dogs after they had been dead for hours. The dogs were drained of their blood, which was replaced with an ice-cold saline solution; three hours later the dogs were reinfused with blood and an electrical shock was applied to restart their hearts. Testing revealed no brain damage, and there was talk of trying the technique on humans within a year, especially for use in battlefield operations.

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Scientists in Pittsburgh succeeded in reanimating dogs after they had been dead for hours. The dogs were drained of their blood, which was replaced with an ice-cold saline solution; three hours later the dogs were reinfused with blood and an electrical shock was applied to restart their hearts. Testing revealed no brain damage, and there was talk of trying the technique on humans within a year, especially for use in battlefield operations.

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