3D printers to help with baby heart surgery

- There is a medical breakthrough through the use of 3-D technology as local researchers are using 3-D printers to help put babies broken hearts back together.  

FOX35's Tom Johnson has the incredible story of what's being done at the University of Central Florida and how real-life families deal with congenital disease in their infants. 

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