Japan Rules A Barrier To 3-D Printing In Medicine, Materialise NV Says
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan regulations are presenting barriers to a new technology of 3-D printing of human parts and other products for medicine, including a longer process for approval, according to Belgium's Materialise NV.
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