July 10, 2014
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An ear implant is seeded with cartilage cells. The implant technology could make replacement organs readily available, with no risk of rejection. McClatchy-Tribune photos
Dec. 15, 2009 in Features on Page C1
Amid all the noise of health care reform, a real revolution is happening. Medical advancements that sound like science fiction – growing your own organs, being cared for by robotic …
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