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Monthly Contraceptive Pill Could Replace Daily Doses

News   Dec 05, 2019 | Original story from MIT

 
Monthly Contraceptive Pill Could Replace Daily Doses

MIT engineers have designed a capsule that unfolds in the stomach after being swallowed, and can gradually deliver one month's worth of a contraceptive drug. Credit: Tiffany Hua

 
 
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