With each tweak and tinker in Joseph Zinter’s Medical Device Design and Innovation course at Yale University in New Haven, students came closer to finding novel solutions to real-world problems facing doctors and patients.
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ACGT is the nation’s only non-profit dedicated exclusively to cell and gene therapies for cancer.
Plagued by health problems since her birth on Feb. 4, 2003, and logging more than 30 surgeries in her 10 years, Chelsea was diagnosed with pseudo obstruction in 2011 when she was 8, which has caused irreversible intestinal failure. As a result, she needs a life-saving small bowel transplant.
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