Looking for life: Xenografts in orthopaedic surgery

By Annie Hayashi

A clinician scientist examines this controversial, burgeoning issue

Because the demand for all types of organs and tissues far outweighs the supply, medical personnel—including orthopaedic surgeons—are turning to certain animal species with biologic systems that are closely compatible with human systems.

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