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In this Nov. 13, 2016 photo, from left, researchers Steven Guenthner, Therese Montano and Sahaja Patel prepare items inside the Vivorte labs  in Louisville, Ky. The start-up creates a bone cement mixture that uses small bone fragments, shaped like tiny bow ties, to fill the spaces in between broken bones, creating a more efficient highway of bone healing that is more easily resorbed into the body.    (Alton Strupp/The Courier-Journal via AP)

In this Nov. 13, 2016 photo, from left, researchers Steven Guenthner, Therese Montano and Sahaja Patel prepare items inside the Vivorte labs in Louisville, Ky. The start-up creates a bone cement mixture that uses small bone fragments, shaped like tiny bow ties, to fill the spaces in between broken bones, creating a more efficient highway of bone healing that is more easily resorbed into the body. (Alton Strupp/The Courier-Journal via AP)

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