Trachea implant on toddler is an initial success

Hannah Warren, 2½, is the youngest person to receive a bioengineered organ. She was born without a windpipe, and scientists built one using her own stem cells and a half-inch diameter tube made of plastic fibers. The Korean-Canadian toddler is now breathing on her own, but will need a new trachea as she grows.

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