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British scientists have developed a new use for 3D printing to use it to create personalized replication models of the body's cancer sites to allow doctors to target tumors more precisely.
This initiative is the latest example of medicine that uses rapidly emerging technologies that have been used to make some medical implants.
3D printing to make products through layered materials until three
Create dimension objects.
Automotive and aerospace companies use it to produce prototypes and create specialized tools, styling and some terminalsuse parts.
In the area of health care, dentists use 3D printers to make replicas of the chin and teeth, as well as some finished dental implants, which plastic surgeons have tested for a custom hip joint
Last year, AmericaS.
Scientists have grown human ears from cattle cells with the help of 3D printers.
New cancer work includes printing 3D 'phantom' of tumors and organs based on CT scans of patients during treatment '.
These plastic molds can be filled with liquid and let experts know more about so-
Called a radioactive drug.
Radioactive drugs are drugs that contain radioactive substances that can be injected into the vein, absorbed through the mouth, or placed in a cavity.
The challenge is to give enough high doses to kill cancer cells without causing excessive collateral damage to healthy tissues.
Glenn Fleer, head of radioisotope physics at the London Cancer Institute, believes that accurate modeling will allow doctors to conduct fine research in the future
The dose is adjusted, resulting in the possibility that this 3D print output will be used routinely.
'If we do personalized treatment based on the radiation dose the tumor receives, then we should have better results,' he said . '.
'I think it will have a huge impact.
'In July, Flux and his colleagues published a technical paper on their process in the journal Medical Physics, showing that these models can accurately replicate the patient's tumor and surrounding organs is now seeking to confirm this in a larger study.
Radioactive drugs are used to treat many different tumors, including thyroid cancer, pediatric nerve cell cancer, and certain tumors that spread to the bone.
Bayer's recently launched prostate cancer radioactive drug, Xofigo, has promoted interest in the field.
The team in London used 3D printers from Stratasys, one of the leading suppliers of high-end printersend machines.
On October, Stratasys executives said that the global 3D
According to industry research, the printing market is expected to expand from $3 billion last year to $21 billion in 2020.