Capsules that contain tiny medical devices can help administer medication from inside a person's digestive tract, according to findings published in Science. The capsules, which hold devices the size of a pea with needle tips that deliver injections of medicines, such as insulin, were tested on pigs.
Tiny devices in capsules can deliver medicine from the inside
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