Scientists believe they can print a prescription drug using a 3D printer. According to Lee Cronin, he is a chemistry professor from the University of Glasgow, ” The Professor mentioned in his Ted Talk that a 3D printer can assemble chemical compounds at a molecular level. Cronin said, what Apple did for music, I’d like to do for the discovery and distribution of prescription drugs. Cronin, also said users would go to an online drugstore with their digital prescription, buy a “blueprint” and the chemical “ink” they need, and then print the drug at home with software and a 3D molecular printer.¨
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