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Will 3D Bioprinting Turn Disruptor in Healthcare?
3D bioprinting has come to the limelight recently and a lot of research activities have been undertaken for the same. Creating organ models that can be used for preclinical testing of drugs and other interventional molecules and creating organ scaffolds for clinical transplantation can become a breakthrough in the healthcare domain. Though the technology is yet to be accepted fully among India’s medical sector, current efforts by academics and research labs will ensure that 3D bioprinting provides personalised solutions for individual patients.
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