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In this interview, James Robar (Dalhousie University; NS, Canada) discusses the current landscape of 3D printing in radiation oncology and explains how collaboration in this space is driving innovation.
In response to calls to bring together surgeons, radiologists, biomedical engineers, 3D printing technicians, medical modellers and healthcare professionals, with regulators, engineers, start-ups and suppliers, we have launched 3DMedLIVE in partnership between 3DMedNet and the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine.
Engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA, US) have produced a novel 3D printed mesh material, suitable for producing personalized, wearable supports for ankle and knee injuries as well as implantable devices, such as hernia meshes.