Which is their first organ to be manufactured & actually implanted in a patient, and their approximate timing, e.g. Kidney & approx 3 years away, etc. Does anyone has any idea. Thanks much in advance.
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I have answer for you. Never.
manufactured living tissue for drug company testing ..that alone will move this way higher... its a bio-research game changer .
I am optimistic (work in the field), but don't think that it will happen within the next 25 years.
But I think the technology could be used to produce bones and cartilage and that alone would make the company a major player...
PV, what makes bone and cartilage more doable? Is it because of the simpler nutrient structure?
Manufactured organs can also be used for clinical testing of drugs and other pharmaceutical studies...in a more relistic environment...