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Gino Martini, professor of pharmaceutical innovation at King’s College London says that having seen the advances in drone systems would fit into the hub-and-spoke model of pharmacy

Gino Martini, professor of pharmaceutical innovation at King’s College London, says that he can see how drones would fit into a hub-and-spoke model of pharmacy or how they could get important supplies to more remote areas

Source  King’s College London