Israeli company develops needle-free system

Israel21c, an innovation news service, writes about Israel's TransPharma Medical, which has spent close to a decade perfecting its ViaDerm Drug Delivery System. According to the report, the product is "a no-fail, painless applicator that never misses its mark." ViaDerm uses no needles and, instead, uses basic principles of diffusion to push medication into the bloodstream. Sounds a lot closer to "Star Trek" hypospray technology.  Report

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