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The article doesn't say why they had to use her own leg bones. I wonder if there might be some alternative, such as ceramics, that they could have used for the backbone and give her a chance of recovering her full legs.
At present i think artificial replacements ,other than bone from the body, all stand at least a small chance of being eventually rejected. Possibly it might be replaced , but i would probably be even more dofficult than this operation. Maybe in the future a completely reject-proof material will be developed