Science, medicine and the future: healing chronic wounds.

@article{Harding2002ScienceMA,
  title={Science, medicine and the future: healing chronic wounds.},
  author={Keith Gordon Harding and Hannah Louise Morris and Girish K. Patel},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2002},
  volume={324 7330},
  pages={160-3}
}
Greater interest in wound healing is needed to ensure higher standards of basic care. Precise identification of the systemic, local, and molecular factors underlying the wound healing problem in individual patients should allow better tailored treatment. Allogeneic skin grafting and bioengineered skin equivalents are being used successfully in patients with venous leg ulcers and diabetic patients with foot ulcers. 

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