A team of regenerative medicine scientists in the United States Human has discovered that tissue and organs good enough to be used for transplants could soon be made using a custom-designed 3D “bioprinter” that would help solve the problem of donor shortages. The study proved that it is feasible to print living tissue, cartilage and bone to replace injured or diseased patients using the sophisticated machine.
Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century comments: “As fast as they can think it, advances are happening all around us. This story on 3-D Bio-printers is just an example of the speed that all facets of industries are experiencing through new technologies. This is especially true in the health care and regenerative medicine circles. It makes you wonder; where we will be in 10 years!” – he adds.