Translation of 3D bioprinting into medical practice: learning from related fields to focus our efforts

In this free-to-access Editorial from Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, David J Williams (Loughborough University, UK) discuss the need for medical technology researchers take a translational perspective in order for their ideas to reach patients.

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Development of medical technologies requires consideration of several key aspects, such as the regulation, reimbursement and clinical pull, in order to have a chance of reaching patients. In this free-to-access Editorial from Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, David J Williams (Loughborough University, UK) discuss the need for medical technology researchers to learn from experiences in similar fields, in order for complex 3D products to become a reality.

Williams DJ. Translation of 3D bioprinting into medical practice: learning from related fields to focus our efforts. J. 3D Print. Med. doi:10.2217/3dp.15.1 (2016) (Epub ahead of print).

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