How 3D Printing Will Change Medicine

March 02, 2015

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Editor's note: Researchers and clinicians are using 3D printers to produce body parts and organs, from robotic hands to tiny beating hearts made from actual human cells. In the not-too- distant future, organ shortages for transplantation may be a thing of the past.


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