If Human Body Cells Continually Regenerate and All Cells Are Replaced Every 7 Years?


Many human body cells continually regenerate. According to Stanford School of Medicine, the cells in our skeleton are replaced every 7 years. Skin sells can regenerate in 7 days, which is why cuts usually heal in a week or two.
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