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3D printed internal physiology.
We will eventually be printing humans. I see no ethical issue as long as we just print the body parts separately.     - Bioprinting infographic

Printing the Human Body: How it Works and Where it’s Headed

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Doctors at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC are using 3D printers to help solve complex cardiac problems. The printers make three-dimensional synthetic heart models using data from individual patients to replicate their organs, reflecting their particular intricacies and deformities. The device synthesizes images from CT scans or ultrasounds, translating that information into thin layers of plastic that are stacked until they form a three-dimensional object.
An 83-year old woman is the first in the world to receive a full 3D-printed titanium lower jaw implant. Amazingly, the combined effort by researchers and engineers from Belgium and the Netherlands is said to have allowed the patient unrestricted mandibular movement within a day of surgery.

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Bespoke Innovations | 3D-printed prosthetic limbs
3D bio-printing: Cornell doctors and engineers built a lifelike artificial ear made of living cells using 3D printing technologies! Kids born with underdeveloped outer ears from congenital defects like microtia now have an opportunity to have an ear created from the tissues of their own bodies versus an artificial ear created from synthetic materials. One of the Cornell team’s prosthetic ears, created from living cartilage cells. Image via PLOS ONE/Reiffel et. al.

An Artificial Ear Built By a 3D Printer and Living Cartilage Cells

Absolutely synthetic biological material and could repair themselves overnight. | Self-repairing trainers 3D-printed from  biological cells by Shamees Aden

Protocell trainers made from 3D-printed protocells by Shamees Aden

"3D Printed Spine Inserts from Stem Cells" -- 3DPrinter-World.com
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