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Drug Delivery To The Posterior Segment Of The Eye Through Hydrogel Contact Lenses

C. Schultz, Jason A. Breaux, J. Schentag, D. Morck
Published 2011 · Medicine

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Purpose:  Despite pharmacological advances, delivery of drugs to the posterior segment of the eye remains problematic. We investigated the ability of hydrogel contact lenses to deliver small‐molecule steroids, as well as larger biological molecules to the posterior segment.
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