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Where do you see the future of skin and regeneration technologies and what hurdles might they face moving forward?
Posted Date: 02/22/2016
Medical advances, including "paper skin" and 3D printed regenerative tissues could change the way doctors and patients approach treatment options. Researchers with two different laboratories are using 3D printing technologies as well as household products to develop innovative artificial tissues.
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