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Chinese kids get new ears that are 3-D printed, then grown in lab

Five children in China have been blessed to receive new lab-grown ears, and scientists have said the fact that the ears have not been rejected by the body is quite a feat. The kids, aged six to 10, were born with a deformed ear or ears. Known as microtia, the deformity “can seriously influence the […] The post Chinese kids get new ears that are 3-D printed, then grown in lab appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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