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Magnet Trial an Attractive Option for Kids With Sunken Chest

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August 19, 2012
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Surgeons at the US Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco are using magnets to reshape the breastbones of children who suffer from Sunken Chest Syndrome. The technique is undergoing phase 3 clinical trials, but the doctors hope to prove that long term magnetic force is as effective and less painful, than conventional. Ben Gruber reports


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