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Injection rids need for glaucoma eye drops
A treatment that involves painlessly injecting a 1mm pellet, via a pen-like device, into a patient’s eyeball may solve issues linked to putting eye drops in the long run. The pellet releases medicine during the minimum of four months that it takes to dissolve. This treatment is part of a two-year international trial that SNEC and the SERI are involved in.


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3D printing technologies used by NDCS to improve patient care


The concept of immune fitness- Are we fit to fight for health?






Wanted: More patients for
Duke-NUS dengue treatment trial