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Lab-Grown Bone Cell Breakthrough

Developments in a technique known as ‘nanokicking’ allows scientist to grow 3D samples of mineralised bone in a lab. Currently surgeons can only harvest small amounts of living bone from the patient to use as a graft.

The lab-grown bone can be implanted to the patient to repair or replace damaged sections of bone.

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