Looking back on Universal Children's Day

On 20 November, it was Universal Children's Day. Read this round up of how 3D printing is helping make childrens' lives better around the world.

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Nov 27, 2017
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On Universal Children’s Day, 3DMedNet looked at how 3D printing can improve the lives of children around the world. From patient specific surgical guides and implants to personalized medical devices and 3D printed pharmaceuticals, experts are utilizing this technology in a range of ways.

"[3D printing] offers an additional layer of planning and safety to what we already have and already know" - Pankaj Chandak, Guy's, St Thomas’ and Great Ormond Street Hospitals 
"In pediatric formulations, the volumes are measured for each child and are dependent on weight or age. [With 3D printing], our plan is to optimize and develop personalized medicine for each specific patient" -Alvaro Goyanes, FabRx 

To the latest updates on how 3D printing can help improve childrens' health, visit our news channel.

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