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Scientists successfully print first 3D heart from human cells

By Guardian Exclusive
24 April 2019   |   8:51 am
Hope rises for heart transplant patients after ground-breaking innovation. In about a decade from now, scientists hope to have man-made hearts suitable for transplant into humans after scientists in Israel unveiled a 3D print of a heart, complete with tissues and vessels.

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