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Scientists regrow ears for kids without them using cells from their own bodies

Five children from China born with malformed ears have had them regrown using cells from their own bodies. Using a groundbreaking process to grow body parts from cells in a laboratory, researchers in China gave the children ears to replace their own, underdeveloped ears.... The post Scientists...
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