Tiny magnetic implant could offer drug alternative for patients

Researchers in B.C. say they have created Canada"s first magnetic drug implant, which could offer an alternative for patients struggling with multiple medications or intravenous injections, and could help people ranging from cancer sufferers to diabetes patients.

In a study published in "Advanced Functional Materials," scientists from the University of British Columbia describe the tiny device as having potential for "safe, long-time, and controlled drug release in local disease treatment."

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