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Scientists have figured out how to stop our bodies from fighting electronic implants

Scar tissue may no longer be an obstacle on our road to becoming cyborgs
Implantable RFID chip from Digiwell

REUTERS/Nigel Treblin

An employee of Digiwell shows a RFID-Chip which can be engrafted in a person's hand at the CeBIT trade fair, the world's biggest computer and software fair, in Hannover March 13, 2016.

We may dream of one day becoming cyborgs, with RFID chips implanted in our hands or bionic eyes, but the human body won't necessarily cooperate. Implantable devices like pacemakers have been

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