Last month I posted some background on MicroCHIPS, the MIT spinoff to develop implantable sensors and drug-delivery devices. I concluded that post with the February 2011 announcement that MicroCHIPS started its clinical trial to assess the pharmacokinetics of long-term parathyroid hormone (hPTH 1-34) delivery in women with osteoporosis.
MicroCHIPS announced today the results of the first successful human clinical trial with an implantable, wirelessly controlled and programmable microchip-based drug delivery device. The MicroCHIPS study was published in today’s online edition of the journal Science Translational Medicine. Continue reading