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Posted: 06 Jul 2020 at 8:03am by Fhadkhan14

Tissue Engineering It plays a major role in organ transplantation where the patient doesn’t require the whole new organ to be implanted. However, there is no guarantee that the donor’s organ will match with the recipient’s. For example, let’s imagine a patient who has to undergo heart transplantation, using tissue engineering technology. In this case, creating a new heart valve through regenerative medicine can be an effective treatment rather than transplantation. Artificial Organ The advancement in this field has facilitated the growth of a new organ from the patient’s cells. This has been done in a laboratory set up by manipulating the cells and has been a blessing in situations where there is a shortage of donor organs. Clinical Translation This is yet to become popular. This can treat several conditions like diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and other serious health conditions that otherwise were considered non-treatable. Regenerative Medicine and its Benefits Regenerative medicine is widely used to treat the conditions that were considered untreatable in ancient days.

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