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May 7th, 2003
China Develops Artificial Bone with Nano Technology
Local doctors have treated 18 bone disease patients by implanting a new type of artificial bone developed by Chinese scientists with Nano technology. A group of scientists, led by Professor Cui Fuzhai from Qinghua University, in Beijing, spent six years developing the man-made bone, dubbed the "Nano bone."
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