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EJMCM. 2017; 4(1): 48-98

Abstracts: 5th Annual Congress of the European Society for Translational Medicine (EUSTM-2017), 2022 October 2017, Berlin, Germany

Aamir Shahzad, Randall J. Cohrs.

Regenerative medicine is a promising field with the potential to
overcome the increasing need for donor organs either by stopping
disease progression (e.g. with cells, genes or biologics) or by providing
novel organ options. Furthermore, regenerative medicine strategies are
unlike other treatments in that they are meant to persevere and treat
the underlying injury rather than symptoms. This requires a level of
persistence and safety and long term efficacy not always previously
required for new therapies. In the past decade, clinicians have been able
to utilize cell and gene therapies in unprecedented numbers, but with
mixed results. At the same time, scientists have engineered organs
(bladder, esophagus and blood vessels) that are considered simple
structurally and functionally. However, regenerative medicine is yet to
fully succeed with cells or genes or to fabricate fully functional solid
organs such as kidneys, livers, lungs, and hearts. Yet, development of
organs in the laboratory is proceeding both via 3D printing and use of
decellularized scaffolds

Key words: 3D printing,decellularized scaffolds

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