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Designer drugs imitate the ‘food effect’

Disease-controlling drugs can now be absorbed into the body more efficiently and without food.

Using nanotechnology, the tablets and capsules could be made to imitate the effect of food when the medication reached the stomach or intestines.

This research could allow for adjustments in medicated dosages ensuring people receive effective and efficient delivery of drugs for the control of pain, inflammation and various other conditions.

Read more at Monash University

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