DOI: 10.32657/10356/36021
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Wijaya Sienny

Abstract: Current treatments for oesophageal cancer are not free of complications. The medical field has been trying to increase the success rate of these treatments, especially for oesophageal substitution, the most common treatment for patients with oesophageal atresia and oesophageal cancer. This project is part of the Singapore-University of Washington Alliance (SUWA) programme which uses an in vitro tissue engineering approach to develop a functional tissue-engineered oesophagus as a substitute for the diseased oes…

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