June 20, 2011 By Chad Vander Veen
Answer: Inside pigs.
By injecting a person's stem cells into the embryo of another species, it's possible to grow "spare" human parts that are less likely to be rejected by a person's body.
According to the Telegraph, "researchers say the technique could allow pigs to grow human organs from patient's stem cells for use as transplants."
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