Stem cell researcher Sarindr "Ik" Bhumiratana set about growing human cartilage from stem cells so that cartilage from secondary surgery sites would no longer be required to repair patients’ cartilage. Ik conducted numerous unsuccessful experiments and even spent days sleeping in the lab attempting to achieve what many thought was impossible. Watch his story to find out what happened next.
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