New Smart Pill Releases Insulin in the Stomach, Could Replace Injections for People with Type 1 Diabetes
Publication/Creation DateFebruary 11 2019
DescriptionA team of researchers from MIT, Harvard, and Novo Nordisk have developed a new drug capsule that could orally deliver insulin to the stomach, possibly becoming an alternative for injections that people with type 1 diabetes have to administer to themselves every day. The pill contains a needle made of compressed insulin that will inject the user once it enters the stomach.
Date archivedFebruary 17 2019
Last editedJuly 5 2021
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Sam Draper. (February 11 2019). "New Smart Pill Releases Insulin in the Stomach, Could Replace Injections for People with Type 1 Diabetes". Wearable Technologies. Wearable Technologies. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/3600