Miniature organs and cancers grown in the lab could give doctors and pharmaceutical companies the chance to identify the most effective drugs and therapies, before they are given to patients.
24 Apr 2019
Lausanne Switzerland

Miniature organs and cancers grown in the lab could give doctors and pharmaceutical companies the chance to identify the most effective drugs and therapies, before they are given to patients.

At the Innovation Park of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), biomedical engineer and entrepreneur Colin Sanctuary places several small vials onto a table, each labelled with an organ of the human body: pancreas, skin, lung.

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