Dental student designs possible treatment for facial and breast reconstruction
Someday, patients disfigured by cancer, birth defects or trauma could benefit from the research of Michael Stosich, a third-year student at the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry at Temple University. In a paper published in the September issue of the journal Tissue Engineering, Stosich and Jeremy Mao, associate professor of orthodontics at Columbia University, found promise in a technique that would use a patientís own stem cells to regrow soft tissue damaged by facial tumors, breast cancer, injury or a congenital abnormality, such as cleft lip and palate.
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