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Printing human organs with 3D Printers

Is it real? Can this work?


3D printers are here for a disruption! This year's Consumer Electronic Show (CES) had much to show on its progress and its applications. We are all aware of its applications for creating toys, tools and other utility products. This year, 3D printers have come to print your cookies and cakes. How about serving a bowl of 3D animal cookies or a bowl of 7-wonders of the world cookies? Is it not enticing?

Coming to more serious applications - 3D printers have been used for printing human organs like bones, vascular tubes, bladders, kidneys and others. Do these organs really work? Is this technology ready for use?

Listen to this talk from Surgeon Anthony Atala, Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, who specializes on growing and regenerating tissues and organs. You will be amazed.

Watch the informational Video: Growing Human Organs by Surgeon Anthony Atala

First comes thought, then the organization of the thought ...


"First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning, as you will observe, is in your imagination."

- Napoleon Hill

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