A 3D printer could one day be the key to helping women who have survived cancer become pregnant. Researchers at Northwestern University have successfully 3D printed ovaries that, once implanted, release eggs like regular ovaries would. It's the latest exciting medical application for 3D printing, and it comes from an all-female research collaboration.
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Written by Curiosity Staff May 30, 2017
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