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Ozzy Osbourne's body to become research tool for scientists

Ozzy Osbourne's body to become research tool for scientists

Ozzy Osbourne looks set to undergo tests to see how he is still alive after years of drug and drink abuse.

The former Black Sabbath frontman will be one of only a few people in the world to have his full genome analysed by scientists, reports Sky News.

US company Knome, who are carrying out the test, are hoping to improve their understanding of why some people can live a life of excess and others can not.

The cost of the research will be £27,000, with the results of the tests expected to take three months.

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