Micro needle to help treat glaucoma?

Futurity reports on work at Georgia Institute of Technology in the use of micro-needles to deliver drugs into diseased regions of the eye for sufferers of glaucoma and corneal neovascularization. As well as being more effective in treating the diseases, the use of needles could reduce the frequency of administering drugs from daily to 3/6-monthly.

Source: Futurity

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