Stratasys and New York University Exploring 3D Printing as Prostate Surgery Tool

Stratasys and New York University Exploring 3D Printing as Prostate Surgery Tool
The tech company Stratasys has joined New York University School of Medicine researchers in a clinical trial looking at whether 3D printing can help diagnose and treat prostate and kidney cancer. Researchers want to know if 3D models of patients' organs and disorders can increase the accuracy of the plans surgeons put together before operating, make the surgery more precise, and improve surgical outcomes. The team is using a Stratasys J750 3D printer to make multi-colored models of patients' tumors. The company develops technology for a number of industries, including medicine. Nicole Wake, a researcher at the medical school's Sackler Institute o
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