Scientists have developed a new way of administering insulin orally that could prove to be a painless alternative to millions of diabetics worldwide who have to get injections to manage their blood-sugar levels.
The new oral method uses tiny vesicles that can deliver insulin where it needs to go without a shot, researchers said.
“We have developed a new technology called a Cholestosome. A Cholestosome is a neutral, lipid-based particle that is capable of doing some very interesting things,” said Mary McCourt from Niagara University in the US. Full Story