Advances in 3D printing could mean personalized medications

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3D printing has already provided printed prosthetics and organ models but that is just the tip of the iceberg. As the number of people utilizing 3D-printed items increases, the healthcare industry is preparing for a surge of new realizations.

Other than creating medical devices and surgical tools, 3D printing is poised to produce medications in the near future. With 3D printing, the shape and dosage of medication can be personalized to each patient, improving care quality and outcomes. Utilizing this process for the advancement of personalized medicine could be a transforming factor in care.

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