Spongy Material Helps Repair the Spine




Scientists have developed biodegradable polymer grafts that, when surgically placed in damaged vertebrae, should grow to be just the right size and shape to fix the spinal column.
Read more: American Chemical Society
The Future of Medicine
New Materials

Lichun Lu, Ph.D.
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Xifeng Liu, Ph.D.
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Source: American Chemical Society (YouTube)
The Future of Medicine. Spongy Material Helps Repair the Spine

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