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Precise was co-founded by Aryeh Batt, a brilliant engineer, who developed a revolutionary 3D printer. Aryeh decided to utilize his printer in a groundbreaking method by printing human cells. He recognized that this technology would dramatically change the world. Aryeh connected with world renowned physician Dr. and Professor Tony Atala at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine in North Carolina who has dedicated his career to cell regeneration. Upon meeting Aryeh, Dr. Atala shared that he had been waiting 20 years to meet him and together they co-founded Precise.


Precise has successfully printed the cornea of a rabbit using the rabbit’s cells and  successfully implanted it into the rabbit’s eye. Their revolutionary work will change the quality of life for millions of people around the world. Organ transplants are among the most complicated and life threatening surgeries. Recipients of organ transplants spend much of their life on high cost medications in order to prevent the body from rejecting the new organ. Additionally, these medications cause a variety of unwanted side effects. Precise Bio offers a solution for individuals whose organs do not function properly. Precise has partnered with some of the largest pharmaceutical players as well as international leading technology enterprises. Precise is planning for their next project, which will be in the cardiology space. 


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