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NASHVILLE (BP) -- Advances in 3-D printing technology have brought scientists a step closer to manufacturing organs for people in need of transplants.
Evangelical bioethicists say the technology appears "promising" and "exciting," provided it does not involve embryo-destructive techniques among other potential pitfalls.
Research published May 2 in the journal Science reported 3-D printing of living tissue using human cells and a water-based solution, according to media reports. Scientists have been ... Read More