For those in need of a limb, replacement organ, or internal repair, prosthetics and transplants have been the go-to technology for many years. The inherent problem with both of these technologies is the price and availability. Prosthetics are a costly product and unfortunately, insurances only offer to cover a portion of the price tag. Many patients are left to pay out of pocket for these devices. And even if they could afford the prosthesis, the percentage of increased mobility is minimal.
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