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Bioprinted 3D Tumor Formations are In the Works

News   Aug 23, 2018 | Original story sourced from Waikato University

 
3D-printed Palm-sized Tumors Under Development

Waikato University masters student Shalini Guleria will use commercially available cancer cells to 3D print life-sized breast cancer tumours. Credit: Christel Yardley

 
 
 

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