3D printed ingestible capsule can provide diagnosis and drug delivery
Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Draper, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (all MA, USA) have designed an ingestible capsule, manufactured by 3D printing technology, which can be customized to deliver drugs via Bluetooth wireless technology.
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