3D printing brings drug production to the masses, but can it be regulated?

See on Scoop.itTracking the Future

Technological advancement has revolutionized manufacturing procedures. One of the most talked about advancements in manufacturing is 3D printing. 3D printing not only holds potential for entertainment and consumer purposes, this technology is posited as a way to revolutionize health care. From tissue and organ engineering to drug discovery, 3D printing promises to fix our health problems. Recently, chemistry got on the 3D printing wagon and this new approach could move chemistry to the masses, and maybe even allow people to print their own drugs.

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