A drug delivery system is a device or system that is used to administer a medication to a patient. Drug delivery systems can be used to deliver medicines through various routes, including oral, inhalation, intravenous, transdermal, and intramuscular. VMRC's Novel Drug Delivery System (NDDS) team is focused on developing drug delivery for cancer treatment. Drug-Protein-Polymer-Conjugate (DPPC) is the new triple conjugate concept designed for this purpose. Depending on the target organ, the specific DPPC component is selected. There are three types of drug delivery systems i.e., oral delivery, injectible delivery, and transdermal delivery. Oral delivery is the most common administered through tablets, capsules, and liquids. Intramuscular injections, subcutaneous injections, and intravenous injections are used for injectable deliveries. Transdermal drug delivery systems include patches, gels, and creams. A novel drug delivery system (DDS) is a promising new way to deliver drugs to patients. This system can help improve the efficacy of medications, reduce side effects, and improve patient compliance.
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