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Most of my doubts about his healing ability were answered here.

Deadpool has one of the greatest healing factors in the Marvel universe. As mentioned here:

Deadpool possesses a superhuman healing factor derived from that of the mutant Wolverine that allows him to regenerate damaged or destroyed areas of his cellular structure at a rate far greater than that of an ordinary human. As such, he can regrow severed limbs or vital organs.

However, I have a slight confusion about Deadpool's regenerative limit. What is the deciding factor which chooses to grow into a complete 'Pool? Hypothetically, for example, if he's blasted into several pieces, will we have multiple 'Pools? (that would be fun though!)

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  • @TheLethalCarrot Your suggestion link shows how the pieces "merge" to form a Deadpool again. That didn't answer my question. – Shreedhar Jan 4 '18 at 14:01
  • The duplicate is asking the same question just because it doesn't have a satisfactory answer yet doesn't mean it isn't a dupe. If you would like a better answer you should bounty the dupe and explain why in the reason, – TheLethalCarrot Jan 4 '18 at 14:47
  • @Shreedhar There are several other answers there too, enough to at least allow you to form a personal educated guess. Keep in mind that, if they don't provide you with a more delineated canon answer, it may be because there simply isn't one. – Misha R Jun 28 '18 at 6:07

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