AIDs and zoo-transplantation
I have just joined this site and in terms of knowledge on the subject of biohacking my horn is emerald, so i have a question. From my understanding the AIDs virus inhibits immune system activity to the point of a near standstill. My idea is that if an individual was infected with the AIDs virus that one would have very little chance of rejecting implanted tissue, if one were to exploit this facet of the disease could one theoretically put animal organs such as claws,horns,skin, or teeth without much risk of rejection from the body. What are the flaws in this theory and does it have any potential whatsoever?