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MRI for Drug Delivery and Imaging at Same Time

MRI machines allow doctors to look at hidden details inside our bodies, but soon they may be used to also deliver drugs in a highly targeted manner. Normally, a systemic medication traves along with blood’s natural currents, finding itself in parts where it is not needed while delivering only a small amount of the drug […] This post MRI for Drug Delivery and Imaging at Same Time appeared first on Medgadget.
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