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Controlled Release

28 Mar 2012 - 29 Mar 2012 - London,UK

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Advances in nanomedicine for oral and non-oral drug delivery

Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom

Controlled-Release features new presentations from leading companies in this exciting field. Examining the latest developments in nanomedicine, topics include innovative drug delivery vehicles for extended-release therapies, and formulating poorly water-soluble compounds.

This is the perfect opportunity to network with key decision makers, key experts and your peers in the field to gain a focused overview of the key developments from 2011 and 2012.

Critical challenges being addressed include:
•    Oral delivery of peptides and proteins, including GLP-1 analogues and insulin

•    Improving oral, lipid-based formulations

•    Optimising in vivo dissolution rate kinetics

•    Delivering CNS-targeted biologics

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