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Swallowing A 'Mini-Pillbox' Could Change The Way HIV Drugs Are Delivered

Researchers are working on a new way to deliver anti-HIV drugs. A six-pointed device (artist's rendering, above) folds up to fit inside a capsule. One swallowed, the capsule dissolves and the device opens up and slowly dispenses the medication. (Partners Healthcare / Screenshot by NPR)
Researchers are working on a new way to deliver anti-HIV drugs. A six-pointed device (artist's rendering, above) folds up to fit inside a capsule. One swallowed, the capsule dissolves and the device opens up and slowly dispenses the medication. (Partners Healthcare / Screenshot by NPR)

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