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from The Huffington Post

What It's Like To Face The Threat Of Huntington's Disease

It's one of the rare but fatal diseases that relies solely on one's genetic makeup, leading to one of the scariest questions

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3D printing skin cells directly on burn wounds, using a scanner to accurately assess what kinds of cells to place where, and how extensive the damage is.

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Join us as Naomi Judd spokesperson for Partners Against Pain, reveals her tips for engaging the mind/body/spirit connection in managing pain. While Dr. David Mount, Director of Community Outreach, Partnerships, and Advocacy at the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest Medical School, shares his methods for holistic wellness and pain relief.

from Quartz

This 3D printer creates human muscles and tissues that could actually replace real ones

This 3D printer creates human muscles and tissues that could actually replace real ones - Quartz

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Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) - Wake Forest School of Medicine

#WFU | CONVOCATION: Wake Forest medical school professor Daniel Bourland carries the mace in the processional during Founders Day Convocation in Wait Chapel on Thursday. -Ken Bennett | #photo

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