How much a human being costs
The photo does not include many other organs, such as the heart ($119,000), egg cells (up to $50,000), coronary artery ($1,525), small intestine ($2,520), the skull and teeth ($1,200), the spleen ($508), the scalp ($600), the gallbladder ($1,200), the stomach ($500), the shoulder ($500) and hair (several hundred dollars).
Taking a short account, just because you are a healthy person, you are worth at least $850,000. Not to mention the value of the skin, blood and eggs.
And you keep making more of some of these things constantly.
Realistically, a healthy human being is worth at least a million dollars and more.
All this makes me realize how the idea of cloning people to get “spare parts”, like in the movie “The island”, is actually very profitable.