" But the dream of functional 3-D-printed organs has long been stymied by a stubborn central challenge: how to get blood to flow to keep the cells alive.
Now, a team of researchers at the Wake Forest School of Medicine in North Carolina has made the latest contribution to solving the puzzle, though their findings are still a long way away from helping patients. "
This 3-D-printed human cartilage possessed all the natural characteristics of an ear when implanted in a rodent model.
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
The Wake Forest team’s 3-D printer at work fabricating a jaw bone structure.
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