This concept is such that it may include the development and 3D printing of organs for humans and animals that do not normally exist within their bodies, such as:
A secondary heart, such as a backup heart that keeps circulation going in the event of a primary heart attack.
An organ that blocks out pain signals, such as implanted in between the brain and the spinal column in the neck.
A secondary brain that processes neurological signals, or pre-processes neurological signals, for a variety of reasons, such as the improvement of the primary brain, i.e. extension of memory capabilities or improvement of cognitive abilities, and/or a backup brain that functions in the instance of a head or spinal injury.
A new type of lung that processes more air to blood and removes more CO2 from blood, in a capacity that it can be installed in the existing lungs.
Engineering of a new type of lymph node that is resistant to diseases like cancer
The development of new types of blood cells that can kill cancer cells, can transfer more resources to cells throughout the body, and are universal which can be used in blood transfusions to any patient such as O- type, but a synthetic type.
A secondary liver that can be implanted somewhere in the body to filter out more toxins, creating an increasingly filtered body that functions better, while also allowing certain medications to act normally without removing their functionality – or the ability to maintain their levels with precision.
An improvement to the brain-blood barrier, which would prevent brain eating amoebas from entering into the brain, such as improvements to the nasal and ocular cavities.