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Inhalation Drug Delivery, a podcast sponsored by 3M

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The practice of using inhaled substances to treat medical conditions has been around for millennia. Only in the last hundred years, though, have advancements in technology have allowed inhalation drug delivery systems to become an important delivery method for pharmaceuticals used by millions of patients worldwide. In this interview, Richard Beesley from 3M Drug Delivery Systems provides an overview of the factors that have shaped inhalation drug delivery and considers how we may best equip ourselves to manage change in the future.

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