- Eventually, we might be able to consider daily pills a thing of the past.
- That's the vision of Lyndra, a company developing technology that transforms daily pills into weekly treatments.
- The hope is by taking a pill only once a week, you're less likely to forget a dose, something that's critical when treating conditions like HIV.
One day, a daily prescription will feel as outdated as not having an answering machine.
That's the vision of Amy Schulman, CEO of the startup Lyndra. Lyndra's developing pills that can be taken on a weekly basis instead of once a day.
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