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A Novel Way To Deliver More Drugs Through the Skin

News   Aug 05, 2020 | Original story from Nanyang Technological University

 
A Novel Way To Deliver More Drugs Through the Skin

A prototype temporal pressure device developed by the NTU and A*STAR scientists, which can put pressure on the skin, thus creating micropores that allows the drugs to pass through the skin easier. Credit: NTU Singapore

 
 
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