Drug-loaded hydrogel responds to arthritis flare-ups in real time

Scientists have created a drug-loaded hydrogel that can be injected into a joint and respond in real time to an arthritis flare-up.

Biomedical engineer Jeff Karp and his colleagues at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston tucked an arthritis drug,

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