Novel System Offers Melanoma Patients More Treatment Options
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a novel patch drug-delivery system for managing melanoma. This new treatment option is reported to have overall fewer adverse drug reactions and less severe toxic side effects than those associated with traditional melanoma treatments. Published in ACS Nano in May, the innovators describe the design of this continuous, unobstructed drug delivery involving a system of miniaturized, embedded needles. Read more.