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Comment Hard to believe. (Score 0) 285

This doesn't make much sense. From my minimal knowledge of biology, during development the baby is separated from the mother by the placenta, for several reasons. One of the more important is that the baby's tissue provokes the response of the mother's immune system. If there's any residual tissue within the mother, the immune system would respond, and attack that tissue.

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