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Microdosing tech means less wasted eye medication

There could be hope for people who have to spend large sums of money on bottles of eye medication – no, the medicine won't be getting less expensive, but a bottle of it may last much longer. That's because scientists have developed an electronic microdosing system that's considerably more efficient than current technology... Continue Reading Microdosing tech means less wasted eye medicatio
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