Great strides are being made in bioprinting, and the end result could revolutionize pharmaceutical development and testing.
Erik Gatenholm |
In the November issue, The Medicine Maker discussed the far future of healthcare and drug development. From my perspective, the ideal future would give everybody access to healthcare, and would enable everybody to live a long, healthy life. Three-dimensional printing and artificial intelligence were two key technologies discussed last month, but another technology that will certainly have an important role in the future of medicine is bioprinting. The possibilities of bioprinting are potentially endless. My company specializes in “bioinks” and I like to tell people that, if you collected all of the tissues being printed by our customers, you’d almost be able to build an entire human body! Other companies are printing other tissues, such as cancer tumors, which can be useful in drug development.
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