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How 3D printing can revolutionise the medical profession

Groundbreaking 3D printing and scanning techniques are improving access to fully customisable artificial limbs Before the vehicle that she was travelling in flipped over and trapped her right leg, Leakhena Laing was a happy teenager who enjoyed climbing trees and playing football with friends. After her limb was amputated, she could only sit and watch. “It was difficult to even get a glass of water.
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