‘Living’ bone implants 3D bioassembled for patients with bone defects
A collaborative research team from KU Leuven and University Hospitals Leuven (Belgium) has engineered ‘living’ bone implants, with the expectation that these implants will be available to patients in as few as 4 years.
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