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Engineering a better way to rebuild bone inside the body

May 29, 2014

illsutration of a bone with microparticles A new technology under development at the Georgia Institute of Technology could one day provide more efficient delivery of bone regenerating growth factors with greater accuracy and at a lower cost. Full Story

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