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The Next Blockbuster Drug Might Be Made in Space

Microgravity could be an ideal environment for cancer drug research

Credit: NASA/Roscosmos

NNearly a decade before the first space shuttle left Earth, NASA wanted to make drugs in space. In a 1970 internal document, the agency suggested that the microgravity environment of space could be conducive to manufacturing and…




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Shannon Stirone

Shannon Stirone

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