3D printer developed for drugs

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Researchers at Glasgow University have developed a revolutionary new process to print drugs using 3D printing technology.

The development could lead to people having a "personal pharmacy" dispensing medicines at home.

The team say their work, which has been published in the journal Nature Chemistry, may one day be able to diagnose illnesses before they happen.

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