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Imagine treating burn patients with sheets of skin printed on demand. That's the possibility being explored at a University of Toronto lab thanks to a 3D tissue printing device. Lian Leng, the PhD student who is part of a team developing the system, says future uses could also include printing blood vessels and other bodily tissues.

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