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Scientists have found a way to print 3-D human bones

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In a headline that sounds like something straight out of a sci-fi movie, scientists have made an extraordinary breakthrough. Researchers in Australia made the breakthrough discovery on Monday using and creating what they’re calling bio-gel.

The technique is reportedly known as ceramic omnidirectional bioprinting in cell-suspensions (COBICS). The bio gel in question is used on a patient’s bone cavity instead of a surgeon doing what a surgeon would do.


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