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4D-Printed Medical Devices Move Closer to the Supply Chain

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SP
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4D Printed medical devices
SP   12/19/2014 1:41:42 AM
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Yes healthcare has many opportunities for 4D printing usage. In Chemotherapy if they have a device that can be implanted in human body to see how cells grows and get affected and may be to stop cancerous growth, it would be a miracle.

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5D Printing?
_hm   12/20/2014 4:24:01 PM
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Is self destruct and recyclable feature called 5D printing?

 



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