Hip bones that are 3D printed are well-established, with over 100,000 implants performed, and we are starting to see partial bone replacement in osteoporosis patients.The very first organs to be 3D printed have actually been 2D organs — more specifically, skin. This has allowed us to create tailored skin grafts, speeding up the procedure and improving results.”
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