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At PlaxoPharmacia we don’t just think – we do. We design and we create imaginative medication printing machines for life.

Contempo-3000 is our market leader in 3D medication synthesis and formulation design. In just 36 months, we have transformed ideas about personalised medicine into a ground-breaking invention that brings advancement and choice directly into your home.

Whether fighting an infection, high cholesterol, or a cigarette addiction, Contempo-3000 gives you the power to deliver your personalised, prescribed remedy at the touch of a button, in the form you most prefer. You might enjoy your antibiotics in apple juice, your statin in a smoothie, or your nicotine in nettle tea. Or you might want your medicines the old fashioned way – in a pill, pot, or powder.

With Contempo-3000 you are in control. Fewer visits to the doctor, no need to queue in a pharmacy and the knowledge that your treatment is freshly made, mixed and delivered directly in the comfort of your own home.

So, sit back, smile and savour the taste of over 1 million innovative medication designs. At PlaxoPharmacia, our pharmaceutical scientists have done all the hard work, so you don’t have to.

Welcome to the future. Welcome to your life.

Parastou Donyai and James Hall

Parastou Donyai and James Hall, admissions team, Reading School of Pharmacy, University of Reading.

Parastou and James’ piece placed third in our 2018 writing competition ‘Future Pharmacist’. Read more entries here.

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