Man-Made Organs Could Shorten Transplant Waiting Lists

Man-Made Organs Could Shorten Transplant Waiting Lists

HART has successfully created transplantable tracheas, and is looking to expand its operations to save even more lives.

Serena Chu
  • 29 january 2014

Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology, or HART, is developing a system that turns patient’s stem cells into lab-made, transplantable organs. More specifically, this approach allows scientists to grow artificial tracheas for patients who have severely damaged their own.

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