Team Seeks to 3-D Print Working Human Heart

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Team Seeks to 3-D Print Working Human Heart

April 9, 2014 Updated Apr 9, 2014 at 11:49 AM EDT

Doctors and researchers at the University of Louisville are attempting to make a copy of a sick patient's heart by using the person's own fat cells.

A 3-D printer would 'print' what scientists are calling a 'bioficial" heart. Find out more about this story by watching the video below. (Video may not display on some mobile devices)

 

 

 

 




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