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In this interview, Marco Lanzetta explains his views on the future of limb transplantation and how anti-rejection drugs need to be developed to enable a wider scope of non-life saving transplantations in the future. He also discusses the introduction of bionic limb transplantation and how it can present a solution for the future of artificial sensibility if further developed.

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