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Gill Haddow

the same and doing away with any middle organism. 3-D bioprinting of organs takes personalised medicine to the next level, offering the possibility of printing an individual’s organs sourced from their own cells, on demand, hence avoiding contagion from other humans or non-human animals entirely. Specialised printers use biological inks (bio-inks such as differentiated-, human embryonic-, or induced pluripotent stem cells) to print layers of living materials one slice at a time, placing them on top of each other. 3-D bioprinting works with organic materials such as

in Embodiment and everyday cyborgs
Theatre of Debate
Simon Parry

minority ethnic communities.14 Noel suspects that research is curtailed by a lack of potential profit to be made from treatments. He speculates on the likelihood of personalised medicine being developed for his brother Josh in a witty dialogue with Stella comparing the economics of pharmacogenetics to the economics of fried chicken. At the chicken shack where Noel works, Hester from the pub likes Peri Peri sauce, but the owner of the takeaway is not going to go to the trouble of making it, especially as Noel points out because: ‘Hester‘s a cleaner – she can‘t afford to

in Science in performance