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 […]
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