Sci-Fi: How To Change Your DNA Makeup...?

After a bone marrow transplant, a man with leukemia found that his donor’s DNA traveled to unexpected parts of his body.
A crime lab is now studying the case.

By Heather Murphy
[li]Published Dec. 7, 2019[/li][/ul]

Three months after his bone marrow transplant, Chris Long of Reno, Nev., learned that the DNA in his blood had changed. It had all been replaced by the DNA of his donor, a German man he had exchanged just a handful of messages with.
He’d been encouraged to test his blood by a colleague at the Sheriff’s Office, where he worked. She had an inkling this might happen. It’s the goal of the procedure, after all: Weak blood is replaced by healthy blood, and with it, the DNA it contains.
But four years after his lifesaving procedure, it was not only Mr. Long’s blood that was affected. Swabs of his lips and cheeks contained his DNA — but also that of his donor. Even more surprising to Mr. Long and other colleagues at the crime lab, all of the DNA in his semen belonged to his donor.
“I thought that it was pretty incredible that I can disappear and someone else can appear,” he said.
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Now the donor wil be in trouble if the donee commits a crime

This is pretty spooky stuff if it’s true.

Thought DNA gives one the look that they have ,from head to toe? Wouldnt his physical features slowly reshape as he evolves to an old man? What if the donner was a black dude?..:D:D:D i call pullsheet

In The Blacklist Series, there is a guy who does something similar (a doc). I actually believed all along that DNA manipulation is possible.