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Florida researchers 3D-print first human cornea in U.S., paving way for advancements

Florida researchers 3D-print first human cornea in U.S., paving way for advancements

Written by David

June 13, 2019

Florida researchers 3D-print first human cornea in U.S., paving way for advancements Research led by Florida A&M University Pharmaceutics Professor Mandip Sachdeva has resulted in the creation of the first high throughput printing of human cells in a 3D print of the cornea in the U.S. The scientific breakthrough – created in two research laboratories in the Dyson Pharmacy Building on campus – could lead to far-reaching advancements in the medical field, from transplants to testing of new cornea-relief products to cornea wound treatment. More from USA Today and CBS Miami. Florida justices to consider insurer malpractice lawsuit The Florida Supreme Court has quickly decided to take up a dispute about whether an insurance company can sue a law firm for alleged malpractice after the firm represented one of the insurer’s policyholders. The Supreme Court issued an order Thursday saying it would hear the case, after Arch Insurance Co. […]

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