The University of Maryland, Baltimore, aimed to overcome the fundamental limitations of current technologies by creating novel technology to detect counterfeit and substandard medicines.
This technology has the potential to enable end users, after minimal training, to conduct detection on every vial right before injection. The end-users include healthcare providers and even patients. This transformation is analogous to how cell phones transformed information recording and propagation; almost everyone can do it because the technology is simple, fast, and affordable.
This novel technology will provide a simple, fast, inexpensive, and non-invasive way to detect counterfeit and substandard vaccines.
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