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Fargo researchers grow replacement bones

Published 05/22/2011, Minnesota Public Radio

When doctors replace someone’s hip or knee, they typically use a metal or ceramic artificial replacement. But developing techniques may soon allow surgeons to implant replacement bones grown from the patient’s bone marrow cells.

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