Experimental skin mask being developed for wounded troops

11/19/2013 | WOAI-TV (San Antonio)

Some 50 doctors and scientists at San Antonio Military Medical Center and the Southwest Research Institute are developing a synthetic, moldable skin to treat facial burns and wounds. The skin is made of collagen from fetal bovine tissue and would be combined with autologous stem cells to promote healing.

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