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Fully-formed, tiny heart is 3D bioprinted from human donor's cells

Back in April, we heard how scientists at Israel's Tel Aviv University had 3D printed a miniature heart using human biological material. Well, utilizing somewhat similar technology, American researchers have now printed a li'l human heart of their own.
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