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3D-Printed Hip Puts Teenager Back on Her Feet

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February 3, 2014
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A customised 3D-printed hip implant is expected to save a Swedish teenage girl from life in a wheelchair. The implant has been designed around a technology that doctors say,could revolutionise the treatment of debilitating bone disorders. For 16-year-old Fanny Fellesen, the results have been life-changing. Tara Cleary reports. Video provided by Reuters


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