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Re: Bioprinting, Part 1: The Promise and the Pitfalls
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2014-06-24 13:29:03
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It's long been the dream of humans to be able to regenerate body parts. Scientists have been researching this possibility for years, but the subject is complex, and they are just beginning to get to a glimmer of understanding as to what's required. "There are different layers of complexity in developing tissue-engineered products, so the easiest thing is to make it something that's one single type of cell and is a flat sheet," said Charlie Whelan, healthcare and life science director of consulting at Frost & Sullivan.

Re: Bioprinting, Part 1: The Promise and the Pitfalls
Posted by: Mike123 2014-06-24 13:44:43 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
That's really amazing how medicine industry has being developed. I've firstly read about duck Dudley's foot that was replaced by 3d printed analog.Thanks to 3D printing technologies, duck Dudley can walk again! Now reading about body part regeneration I'm curious how scientists are going to test the affects of these organ implants when placed into body. There should be decades of years when we've got some prove that it can safely be used.
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