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Transdermal patches coupled with jewelry offer a discreeet method of drug delivery.
Why are spherical nucleic acids so exciting for drug development?
Sitting Down With… Robert S. Langer, David H. Koch Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US.
Can micromotors give oral vaccine technology the boost it needs?
Drug delivery devices must take into account the needs of older adults.
Mimicking the exomes secreted by nasal cells in response to bacteria could boost drug uptake
A flexible, synthetic patch helps eliminate the toxicity and invasiveness associated with long-term drug delivery
A nanofluidic device, smaller than a grain of rice, aims to deliver localized immunotherapy without side effects.
A company looks to give the humble injection an inventive makeover.
Next-generation pain medications could improve on current opioid offerings.
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