When John Manwaring lost a jawbone to cancer two years ago he never expected to become part of a world-first medical marvel. The 58-year-old originally had the jawbone rebuilt with bone from his leg but that disintegrated under further cancer treatment. — Read more
Queensland teenager Asha Morris was the first cancer patient in the world to undergo groundbreaking surgery with a 3D printed implant. Today, this inspiring woman is happy, healthy and taking her first steps towards a dream career in medicine. — Read more
In July last year, auxiliary policeman Azman unfortunately fell from the height of the third floor, his right heel bone was completely broken, and he stayed in the hospital for a month and a half. He underwent 11 operations in that short period, but doctors eventually suggested possible amputation. — Read more
SINGAPORE - When Mr Danny Lin fell in a carpark in November 2020, he injured his head so badly that he could remember only slipping into a coma for about 10 days. — Read more
After a traumatic accident in 2011, Nadiah binte Mat Ithnin’s life as a young mother was filled with years of pain and struggle, on an uphill battle to recovery. This is her story of hope, and how a revolutionary 3D-printed facial implant developed by Osteopore changed her life. — Read more
In December 2017, at just 19 months old, Baby Zia was diagnosed with craniosynostosis, a premature fusion of the skull that is supposed to gradually occur throughout a child’s first six years. — Read more
Brisbane man Brodie Ellis is regrowing his own skull, thanks to a world-first operation using a 3D-printed implant at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. — Read more