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What medical research is important to improving the lives of soldiers injured in combat?
Posted Date: 10/26/2015
Recent advancements in prosthetics are improving the lives of soldiers returning from the battlefield. New technologies and medical capabilities, including 3D printing of organs and tissues as well as prosthetic limbs with skin-like sensory capabilities enhance the quality of life of recipients.
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