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Featuring a paper thin OLED screen, the wristband could save up to 30,000 lives annually by warning people that their medication has expired. Described by some as “magic”, the product took 10-years to develop.
Right now there are no immediate hindrances in the distribution of medication, Health Minister Łukasz Szumowski said on Friday after the EU members' special coronavirus sitting in Brussels.
The drug which comes from a compound called 1-MNA helps to reduce fat around the liver and by so doing reduces the risk life-threatening liver cancer and other related diseases. een developed by a company in Łódź.
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