Tiny magnetic implant offers new drug delivery method

UBC research has led to the creation of a magnetic drug implant that could provide an alternative for patients struggling with numerous pills or intravenous injections, UPI reported.

Study author Ali Shademani, a UBC biomedical engineering PhD candidate, said the implant can effectively treat many conditions by adjusting the dose after implantation using different magnet strengths.

A similar story appeared on Phys.org.