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Doctors may be able to painlessly reshape cartilage with the technique.
03 April, 2019
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- The application of electrical current can temporarily soften cartilage, allowing it to be manipulated before re-hardening.
- The technique promises to eliminate cutting, scarring, pain, and recovery time.
- So far it's been tested on just one bunny who now has one straight ear and one bent one.
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