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British researchers just found a way to print 3D corneas that could save 15 million people from going blind

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British researchers just found a way to print 3D corneas that could save 15 million people from going blind

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A British team of university researchers have created the first ever 3D-printed human corneas. The corneas are made from a newly invented 'bio-ink' combining stem cells, alginate and collagen. New corneas can be scanned and printed in 10 minutes.

 

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