A new study has found that injections for diabetes and cancer could become unnecessary in the future, thanks to a revolutionary new treatment.
The treatment, which uses nanoparticles to target and destroy diseased cells, has been shown to be effective in animal studies.
It is hoped that the same will be true for humans, and that the treatment will be available to patients within the next few years.
If successful, the treatment could revolutionise the way we treat both diseases, and could potentially save millions of lives.
Injections for diabetes and cancer could become unnecessary, thanks to a new discovery by scientists.
The team, from the University of Queensland in Australia, have found a way to target and destroy the abnormal cells that cause these diseases, without harming healthy cells.
The breakthrough, which is still in the early stages of development, could lead to a new class of drugs that could be taken orally, rather than by injection.
The researchers say the discovery could also be used to target other diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
The findings have been published in the journal Nature Chemistry.