Scientists Grow Human Bone In A Lab.

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Scientists are endlessly trying to find ways to better our lives as humans, searching for advances in technologies and health areas. Nina Tandon, CEO of EpiBone, has the idea that there's a current shift in the way humans are viewing themselves.

With recent technologies, heath and medicine has treated the human body as a machine, how many others also view it. Although, there are still some flaws in how the "parts" in these machines may not fit as perfectly as needed.

EpiBone has been exploring biohacking and growing human bones rather than finding alternate replacements. Their discovers are incredible, and their research is expected to go very far.