On-body injector can treat chemo patients at home

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Medical researchers are constantly looking for ways to administer treatments to suffering patients in less painful and inconvenient ways. We recently wrote about the temporary tattoo which could provide a non-invasive alternative to diabetics’ daily blood tests. The Neulasta Delivery Kit is another such device which could improve treatment conditions — it is an on-body injector that can help ward off some of the side effects of chemotherapy by delivering pegfilgrastim to patients the day after their treatment starts. One of the most common side effects of chemo treatments is neurtropenia — or low white blood cell count. Neulasta can…

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