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ChinesePod Today: Israeli Scientists Use Human Cells to 3D Print Heart (simp. characters)

ChinesePod Today - simp.
ChinesePod Today - simp.
ChinesePod News (April 17, 2019)

Israeli scientists have 3D printed a heart using human tissue cells. Engineering an organ from the cells of the same patient that needs a transplant could significantly increase the chances of transplantation success.

NOTE: This video features SIMPLIFIED characters, which are used in Mainland China. For viewers studying the form of written Chinese used in Hong Kong and Taiwan (traditional), the traditional-character version of this story (alongside all others of ChinesePod Today) is available at https://youtu.be/vYRfdccIR5U

This ChinesePod Today news broadcast includes the following vocabulary:

衰竭 failure
移植 transplant
诱导 to induce
兼容性 compatibility

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