Paul D’Urso is a pioneering surgeon and entrepreneur. As founder of Anatomics, he’s been an instrumental figure in developing 3D printed implants of all kinds. In this episode of the 3DPOD, Paul gives us a candid look at the opportunities, challenges and recent past of 3D printed implants. This is a great episode dealing with innovation, implants, medical 3D printing and more.
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