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Military hopes 3D printing bones can help combat veterans' injuries

By Charlie Lapastora

Published January 07, 2019
Fox News

TUCSON, Ariz. – A lab in Arizona is hoping to help wounded veterans – through 3D printing.

Arizona’s Orthopedic Research Lab is hoping to use the technology to help military veterans with bone injuries.

Dr. John Szivek, who runs the University of Arizona Orthopaedic Research Lab, said the lab received a $2 million grant from the Department of Defense to create 3D bone printing to help military personnel.
“I’m in favor of all forms of medical technology, advancements in medical technology...I’m in favor of anything they can do to recreate an artificial bone, if necessary,” Young said.

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