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    Financial Advice?

    Signed up to the Independent's NEWS mailing list & still waiting, meanwhile they keep sending stuff like this:

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    I thought 3D Printing was going to be big -they're on about printing houses but this lot - just a human liver:

    "Step by step, we are developing ways to print the entire human body...

    One of the most impressive developments in this space comes from bioprinting company Organovo (NYSE: ONVO), which has been developing human tissues using its patented 3D printing technology for several years now. The company currently earns its revenue as a provider of living research tissue.

    The benefit of Organovo's product is that it allows researchers to test human tissue without having to use a living person. This removes both safety concerns and a major source of liability during clinical trials. So far, it's a great start, but it certainly isn't the holy grail for the company.

    The ultimate goal for Organovo is to alleviate the process of organ procurement by printing out fully functional transplants. Today, nearly 20% of people who need an organ die waiting. The allocation process is not only difficult but also incredibly expensive — there is simply too much demand and not enough supply.

    Ambitiously enough, Organovo is looking to change that.

    In 2014, the company plans to produce the world's first 3D-printed liver. If successful, Organovo could eventually obtain a virtual monopoly over the procurement of livers for transplant procedures. Typical cost of procurement for a liver is $71,000.

    With 6,000 patients receiving liver transplants every year and another 1,400 patients who die waiting, Organovo is looking at exclusive access to a $525 million market in the U.S. alone. http://email.angelnexus.com/hostedem...2&ei=srnlAPpNb

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