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3D printing to help regenerate bones

17 Jun '20
Russian scientists appear to have succeeded in developing new 3D printing technology that enables the creation of personalized bioactive ceramics based items, Indicator.ru reported.

Following what is reported to be a successful series of preclinical tests on big animals, the researchers now claim their experimental samples of gene-activated materials could be used in targeted regeneration of human bone tissue.

Global healthcare organizations report a large number of patients with skeletal bone defects caused by a variety of reasons from traumas and cancerous pathologies to inborn deformations and inflammation-triggered degenerative developments. According to official Russian stats, in 2015, for example, three million patients with osseous traumas were admitted to hospitals in Russia.
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