About the solution
In order to better understand the problem and provide better tools to deal with it, Michael Blazer created a 3D model of his wife’s cranium and tumour and uploaded it to Sketchfab, to share it to neurosurgeons from all over the US. One replied positively, willing to help them with their problem. Blazer 3D-printed life-sized models of the cranium and tumour, and sent them the doctor conducting the surgery.
The surgery went well and the 3D model ended up being a very important tool in the whole process, with Pamela having the tumor removed in 2014.
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