MIT team invents machine for making personalized drugs on demand

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An MIT team has invented a device that makes a variety of drugs "on demand." "Think of this as the emergency backup for pharmaceutical manufacturing," MIT chemical engineering professor Allan Myerson said in a news release. "The purpose is not to replace traditional manufacturing; it's to provide an alternative for these special situations." More

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