Two promising new targeted delivery technologies in diseases of aging

At last week's BioPharm America conference in San Francisco, California, we talked with two companies making use of drug-delivery technologies to bring new therapies to market. Lipocine is developing a lipid-based (but not liposomal) platform technology for drug delivery; among its delivery systems ...

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