Researchers developed prototype 3D-printed device with the patient’s own cells that could help spinal cord patients restore some function. The device is custom-printed to fit each patient’s spinal cord to serve as a type of “bridge” between living nerve cells above and below the area of injury.

https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/new-3d-printed-device-could-help-treat-spinal-cord-injuries

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