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Jocelyn Rodriguez hasn’t given birth yet, but she already knows what it will be like to hold her daughter because of new 3D-printing technology. During her 18th week of pregnancy, she and her husband learned she has spina bifida. They were referred to Orlando Health, where surgeons are able to print an exact replica of a fetus to study details like skeletal structure prior to a delicate procedure to correct birth defects during fetal surgery. Inside Edition Digital has more.
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