'Origami Organs' can potentially regenerate tissues

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    Northwestern Medicine scientists and engineers have invented a range of bioactive “tissue papers” made of materials derived from organs that are thin and flexible enough to even fold into an origami bird.

    The new biomaterials can potentially be used to support natural hormone production in young cancer patients and aid wound healing.

    Credit: Kristin Samuelson, Northwestern University

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