MSU to trail blaze in bone injury research

EAST LANSING, MI. (WLNS) – Researchers at MSU are getting paid to improve the way we treat broken bones.

A $4.2 million grant is heading to East Lansing by the National Institute of Health and the Department of Defense.

The fund will help MSU Bone Regeneration Expert Kurt Hankenson.

He says he is working on a project that could fix the most challenging bone injuries, including multiple fractures.

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