Are Patches Replacing Pills?

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(KPLRI) - In other parts of the world, patches are becoming more and more common as a way to deliver medication to a patient, but it still hasn't taken off in the U.S.  Almost 90 percent of our medicine is delivered in pill form, but that number has been going down.

Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Richard Lehman talks about the popularity of patches over pills.

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