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The Disruptors: Could personalised, 3D printed medicine be the future?

PUBLISHED: 14:14 10 March 2020 | UPDATED: 14:14 10 March 2020

"We’re developing new commercially-viable treatments for medical needs that aren’t being catered to," says Sheng Qi, pictured centre, after her team won the UEA Innovation and Impact Award 2019.

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Those with complex healthcare needs are used to taking multiple pills every day. But what if you could combine these drugs into a bespoke 3D printed alternative? In the latest The Disruptors video, Sheng Qi explains how her team at the University of East Anglia is working towards the solution.

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