- John W Cassidy
Bone Tissue Regen Insights 2014 Nov;5:25-35
Centre for Cell Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK. ; Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
Modern medicine faces a growing crisis as demand for organ transplantations continues to far outstrip supply. By stimulating the body's own repair mechanisms, regenerative medicine aims to reduce demand for organs, while the closely related field of tissue engineering promises to deliver "off-the-self" organs grown from patients' own stem cells to improve supply. To deliver on these promises, we must have reliable means of generating complex tissues. Read More