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According to Rachel M. Frank, MD, associate professor in the department of orthopedic surgery and the director of the Joint Preservation Program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, “recent interest is namely due to the fact that we have recognized which tear patterns are most appropriate for repair, and we have narrowed down how to do the repair from a technical and biologic aspect.”