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3D Printer used to make woman's hip joint

Published: 16 May 2014

A 3D printer gives a 71-year-old woman the ability to walk unassisted following a "game-changing" procedure

British surgeons have for the first time implanted a hip joint made on a 3D printer - and held it in place with the patient's own stem cells.

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