NY Times Reports on Made-to-Order Organs Made Possible With 3D Printing

Scientist watching a 3D printer print cartilage

A multidisciplinary approach to the generation of organs is providing researchers with the tools to accelerate the application of regenerative therapies to often intractable medical problems – such as the dearth of organs available for transplantation.  Using 3D printers and stem cells, researchers, such as Dr. Darryl D’Lima of the Scripps Clinic and Dr. Boland of the University of Texas at El Paso  are ‘printing’ tissue and organs; developing techniques and processes they hope will allow them to create organs and tissue for human transplantation.  Dr. Boland, who has done much of the basic research on bioprinting technologies said, “I think it is the future for regenerative medicine”.

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Mayo Clinic – Replacing Pacemakers With Stem Cells

Heart

Mayo Clinic researchers have resynchronized a disrupted heartbeat by using stem cells. Dr. Andre Terzic, a senior author of the study explained, “By harnessing the potential of regenerative medicine – repairing the injured heart, in this case – we will be increasingly able to provide more definitive solutions to our patients”.

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Stem Cells Differentiated Into Brain Neural Cells

A cross-section of a brain-like clump of neural cells derived from stem cells
A cross-section of a brain-like clump of neural cells derived from stem cells

Researchers at the Austrian Academy of Science, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Vienna have developed brain-like chunks of tissue utilizing human stem cells. This advance in stem cell differentiation will give researchers a better understanding of brain development, which will accelerate stem cell treatments for brain related disorders.

The research is an example of how scientists are gaining insights that will facilitate more effective regenerative treatments leading to better outcomes.  To learn more about the value of preserving your own stem cells for use in future regenerative therapies and how to bank your own stem cells through a non-evasive and affordable method by recovering your dental pulp stem cells, visit StemSave or call 877-783-6728 (877-StemSave) today.

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Stem Cells Utilized to Create BioBots

Biobot moving as a muscle

An interdisciplinary approach at the University of Illinois enabled researchers to combine 3D printing and stem cells to create “biobots”.  A “biobot” is defined as a biological machine; in this case it was made with hydrogel, heart stem cells, and a 3D printer.   In a scene reminiscent of the 1966 sci-fi movie ‘The Fantastic Voyage’ the research points to the development of small [tiny] ‘biobots’ that could travel within the body identifying cancers or toxins and enabling precision delivery of drugs or other treatments.

To learn more about the utility of stem cells, how regenerative medicine is shaping the future of medicine, how you can safely preserve your own stem cells to use in emerging regenerative therapies and ensure your family’s future health, visit www.StemSave.com or call 877-783-6728 (877-StemSave) today.

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The Future of Regenerative Medicine is Now™.