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Some dental students in Tokyo have been practicing emergency medical procedures on a creepy new robot, designed to look and act just like a real-life girl.

The doll can produce saliva and VOMIT. Plus it will automatically react to motions that would cause a human pain or discomfort.  They even went as far as allowing instructors to be able to make the doll unexpectedly cough or sneeze.

Showa University Introduces Dental Patient Robot

TOKYO, JAPAN – MARCH 25: A dentist operates on a humanoid dental patient robot, named Hanako Showa, during a demonstration of dental treatment at Showa University on March 25, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan. The robot was co-developed by the university and tmsuk co. Ltd, and simulates real human patients. The robot has been used for training of procedures in which the dental treatment requires a high level of precision. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)

As creepy as the doll looks, many students are thrilled to be able to practice.

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