3D printing has been around for years, mainly used in manufacturing. In more recent years, it has expanded into healthcare, where it’s been used to create custom prosthetics and dental implants. But, with the advent of the first FDA-approved 3D printed drug, this approach is expanding, allowing for more personalized healthcare at a lower cost. This article offers 4 revolutionary ways to use 3D printing in the pharma industry.
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