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(Newsweek)   Scientists regrow broken bones utilizing nano-particles in new laboratory tests. This won't get out of control   ( newsweek.com) divider line
    More: Creepy, Extracellular matrix, bone, extracellular vesicles, Healing, natural healing process, osteoporosis-related bone fractures, Osteoporosis, immature bone cells  
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2017-10-04 01:33:42 PM  
3 votes:
Regrowing cartilage would be useful to a lot more people.
2017-10-04 01:19:27 PM  
1 vote:
If it could work for teeth like the article alludes, that would be very awesome.
2017-10-04 12:00:26 PM  
1 vote:
Why regrow broken bones? Why not just break normal bones? Seems weird to invest millions in nanotechnology to replicate broken bones when a cheap baseball bat can break regular bones at a fraction of the cost.
2017-10-04 11:57:57 AM  
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2017-10-04 09:57:16 AM  
1 vote:
Creepy tag?  I may have found the Christian Scientist here, folks!
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