Report: Boom In 3D-Printed Medical Devices By 2022
A new market report estimates the global health-care revenue from 3D-printed medical devices is likely to grow to almost $3 billion by 2022. FDA has a keen interest in understanding how to oversee production of 3D-printed devices that can be made anywhere, and device-makers are interested in the technology to develop products personalized to patients.
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