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According to scientists, a engineering breakthrough that repairs broken vertebrae without causing the negative side effects of various treatments may improve the outcomes of patients. It may encourage the development of novel treatments to enable cancer patients who have lost bone due to the disease or those who suffer from severe skeletal injuries to sprout bone tissue. Researchers in Scotland have discovered a new way to harness the potent therapeutic effects of “growth factors,” which are naturally occurring substances that promote physique regeneration. In development science, growth factors play a significant role by facilitating the organization of body development.

As seen in The Hippocratic Post, bioengineering’s milestone may lead to better bone rejuvenation treatments.

Source: hippocraticpost.com

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