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SCP-XXXX: Experiments in the Revival of Organisms
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The location of SCP-XXXX.

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Description: SCP-XXXX is a sentient severed canine head located within an abandoned building1 in Moscow, Russia. SCP-XXXX is attached to a series of medical tubes, which it uses for locomotion. This tubing is filled with an opaque blue liquid of unknown composition. SCP-XXXX shows no signs of decomposition and experiences no medical issues from its lack of vital internal organs. SCP-XXXX is capable of Russian vocalizations in a voice similar to that of an automated text to speech program. This is done using portions of a Ford AM/FM car radio attached to the throat of SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX's speech pattern has been described as "nonsensical," with it regularly mispronouncing and misinterpreting words.

During interviews, SCP-XXXX has insisted on being addressed as "DOGO," claiming to be a "WORLD KNOWN MEDICINE CREATOR AND SICKNESS REMOVER." SCP-XXXX claims to have been created by Soviet Doctor Sergei Sergeyevich Brukhonenko in 1937, although no evidence of this has been found following Dr. Brukhonenko's death in 1960. Additonally, SCP-XXXX claims to have been responsible for several nonexistent medical achievements, such as a nuclear powered artificial heart and the first successful nervous system transplant.

Through poorly understood alchemical means, SCP-XXXX is able to create large amounts of anomalous pharmaceuticals, collectively referred to as SCP-XXXX-1. SCP-XXXX claims that these pharmaceuticals are able to cure various ailments, ranging from mild afflictions to genetic disorders and terminal illnesses. The application of SCP-XXXX-1 often results in the ailment being cured, although through unconventional means, or producing an effect entirely seperate from the claimed effect. The components of SCP-XXXX-1 are taken from SCP-XXXX's surroundings, and often being hazardous to human health. Despite this, produced SCP-XXXX-1 have produced no negative effects directly related to these components.

Examples of SCP-XXXX-1 instances distributed by SCP-XXXX

  • Several pale orange tablets in a dented tin can. A handmade label on the can reads "ORGAN INCLUSION" with no further description. Consumption of the tablets by individuals with missing or damaged organs results in the formation of various digestive, reproductive, and urinary structures above the epidermis. These organs integrate themselves into their corresponding body system, functioning as expected of nonanonalous organs.
  • A cracked syringe containing white powder. Scratched into the syringe are the words "BLOOD STRUCTURE GOODBYE." When injected into an individual suffering from a blood clot, the subjects entire circulatory system suddenly shifts into a liquid state. No negative effects have been noted other than the inability for wounds to clot.
  • A dead crow. Medical use is unknown.
  • A semisolid red substance in a stained pillowcase. Addressed by SCP-XXXX as "ORB FIX LONGER." Consumption by individuals with ocular impairment results in the forward extension of their eyes, with the length of the extension corresponding to the severity of their impairment. Examinations have shown affected individuals to consistently score a 1.0 on the standard visual acuity test.

Attempts to interview SCP-XXXX regarding its anomalous abilities have been met with relative failure, with SCP-XXXX often attempting to prescribe instances of SCP-XXXX-1 to personnel.

Despite this, no negative effects experienced by subjects who have been treated with SCP-XXXX have been attributed to these components.

Is pharmacist called doggo. Communist competitor of dado.

SCP-XXXX does not experience decomposition, and remains coms

SCP-XXXX is sentient and experiences no medical issues from its lack of internal organs.

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