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Breaking the Walls to Affordable Medicines

In the current age of life sciences, we have come to invent better and better drugs that are increasingly efficient in relieving pain and treating diseases. Despite this positive trend, the world continuously faces serious medicine shortages and in many parts of the world drugs and painkillers may either be too costly or inaccessible altogether. Christina Smolke, Professor of Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering at Stanford University, is tackling these problems in the supply chain by applying a revolutionary new method of drug production.

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