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(Natural News) You may know of 3D printing as a revolutionary new solution for prototyping and small-scale production in industries such as manufacturing, but it can also be beneficial in other areas. Researchers in Australia have shown just that, as they have completed a new study that uses 3D-printed ceramic implants to heal bone injuries to the point of completion in just a matter of months. And what’s more, their solution didn’t cause any complications — whether in the skeletal systems or the immune systems of the test subjects — making it a potentially reliable form of treatment in the future.



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