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First bioengineered corneal transplants come into view

This article was originally published in Clinica

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A technique for bioengineering corneal tissue is being developed by two separate groups, one in the US and the other in Taiwan. It involves growing corneal stem cells into a thin layer that can be applied directly to the damaged cornea after dead cells have been removed. Corneal cells can be damaged through trauma or disease.

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