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Latest in Pathology & Lab Medicine

Physically simulating human organs on computer chips in a lab setting and studying their reactions to drugs and other stimuli could be the future of medical research.
[case_player][/case_player] Researchers at the University of British Columbia have created a synthetic heart valve that has the potential to reduce costs and improve efficiencies of surgical training programs. The synthetic material, made from a polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel, feels just like living human...