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British Scientist Who Became 'World's First Cyborg' Dies Aged 64

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A British scientist who became the ‘world’s first full cyborg’ has died aged 64.

Dr Peter Scott-Morgan was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2017, but wanted to extend his life by replacing his organs with machinery. 

A heartfelt statement posted on Dr Scott-Morgan's official Twitter account read: "To Peter's amazing rebel supporters: With a broken heart, I'm letting you all know that Peter passed peacefully surrounded by his family, and those closest to him. 

"He was incredibly proud of all of you who supported him, and his vision of changing the way people see disability."

Dr Scott-Morgan, who lived in Torquay in Devon with his husband Francis, hit headlines after he transitioned into a full cyborg and dubbed himself Peter 2.0. 




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