Lasers used for painless injections

CNET reviews Pantec's new Painless Laser Epidermal System, which uses lasers to create micropores in the skin, doing away with injections. Medical professionals can adjust the delivery device for diabetics to use at home, and there's a desktop unit that can be used in the clinic for faster injections. Report

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