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3D-printed custom cartilage could repair noses after skin cancer

A new method for growing and bioprinting cartilage could help patch up noses damaged by skin cancer

Researchers at the University of Alberta have developed a new technique for 3D printing cartilage in custom shapes. This can be used to reconstruct the noses of skin cancer patients, saving them the trouble of having cartilage samples taken from other parts of the body.

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Category: 3D Printing, Technology

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