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Using microneedles for painless drug delivery – Health Europa

Researchers have suggested using microneedles for immunotherapy to vaccinate or treat diseases such as cancer and autoimmune disorders, with minimal pain, invasiveness,…




A new study from the University of Helsinki has suggested using microneedles for immunotherapy due to the high abundance of immune cells under the skin.
Current immunotherapy approaches have been challenged by the inadequate long-term responses in patients. However, microneedle development has resulted in the improvement and expansion of immuno-reprogramming strategies as the dermis layer of the skin houses dendritic cells, macrophages, lymphocytes, and mast cells which can transfer generated immunotherapeutic…

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