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Low-Cost Syringe Technology May Enable Subcutaneous Injection of Viscous Formulations

In late August, MIT announced that a group of MIT researchers led by Kripa Varanasi published a paper describing a low-cost technology for administering biological drug formulations otherwise too viscous to be injected using conventional medical syringes.  The system utilizes a syringe having an inner barrel containing viscous drug fluid and an outer barrel…

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