Media from: Getting (drugs) under your skin
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Ultrasound waves of two different frequencies generate tiny bubbles of water on the skin’s surface. When these bubbles pop, the skin’s surface is lightly worn away, allowing drugs to pass through the skin more easily.
Graphic: Carl Schoellhammer
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