The use of 3D printers to create everything from musical instruments to camera lenses is constantly growing. The technology continues to expand to include objects that no one ever thought possible.
But what about using it to create a replica of a human organ? The long and sometimes futile wait for available organs is an ongoing tragedy for many around the world hoping for transplants...
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