Unlocking the potential for a better life

Medlab is an Australian biotechnology company (ASX:MDC) that is developing therapeutics using its proprietary, next-generation delivery platform, NanoCelle®. With NanoCelle® the company has launched and is investigating a broad range of prescription and non-prescription solutions for unmet patient needs across a variety of therapeutic areas including pain management, mental health, gut health, diabetes, and allergies.
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Patient Josef’s Positive Outlook

Josef recently participated in a Medlab observational study. After the study, Josef’s outlook on life improved along with his ability to complete everyday tasks.
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Jinhee Patient Story Portrait

Managing anxiety, depression and pain

Battling anxiety and depression, as well as pain, can be exhausting. The right treatment can offer a new outlook on life, as in Jinhee's case.
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The Medcare Study
1 in 5 Australians live with cancer or non-cancer pain. Learn more about participating in our research on medicinal cannabis for pain.
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It can be a challenge navigating stringent regulatory environments, whether you’re working to bring new pharmaceutical products to market or you operate a food manufacturing business. Generally speaking, highly regulated industries are so tightly controlled for the public good, either to protect consumer health and safety or to reduce the impact of vices on the broader society.
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