Purdue University engineers have developed a wearable patch with silicon nanoneedles that allow for less invasive drug delivery for skin cancer patients. Engineers built the bioresorbable needles on a thin, flexible and water-soluble medical film that acts as a temporary holder, according to the study in ACS Nano.
Unobtrusive patch developed for topical chemotherapy
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