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3D Heart Printed Using Patient's Own Tissue

News   Apr 15, 2019 | Original story from the Tel Aviv University of American Friends

 
3D Heart Printed Using Patient's Own Tissue

Image caption: A 3D-printed, small-scaled human heart engineered from the patient's own materials and cells. Credit: Advanced Science/Tel Aviv University

 
 
 

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