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A synthetic skin scaffold to treat full-thickness wounds

Julian Dye
20 May 2012

<p>An independent UK-based charity has spent several years developing a synthetic ‘off-the-shelf’ skin scaffold which could prove effective at wound healing. The charity, known as RAFT (the Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust), is unique among many medical charities in the sense that it raises money for its own research institute and team of researchers.</p>

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