U.K. scientists develop "bone cement" for burst spinal fractures

10/29/2007 | BBC

A team of British researchers is testing "bone cement" that is expected to reduce the cost and recovery time for patients with spinal injuries. The biological cement imitates the bone's chemical composition and can be administered through injection to repair burst spinal fractures.

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