Makin sense: how is 3D printing advancing cancer treatment?

Written by Georgi Makin

3DMedNet Editor, Georgi Makin, explores how 3D printing is changing the landscape for cancer treatment and research as a reflection on the latest ‘3D in focus: applications in oncology’ feature. Introduction As disruptive technologies continue to personalize and alter strategies for the management of many different life-threatening conditions, I have decided to turn my attention to the application of 3D printing technologies in cancer treatment and research to gain more insight into where we are now with 3D printing in the healthcare industry. Cancer Research UK reports that 17 million new cases of cancer are diagnosed worldwide with 9.6 million cases resulting...

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