Metabolic detoxification is a complex process including a chain of chemical reactions that occur primarily within the liver and kidneys: Stage I : Enzymes secreted by the liver break down toxins into modified, highly reactive molecules. Phase II : Chemicals like the amino acid glutathione produced by the liver bind with the altered poisons, neutralizing them and making them even more water soluble. Transportation: Proteins deliver the neutralized toxins to the kidneys, where they are excreted via urine; or the gastrointestinal system, where they are excreted via the stool.In what ways do the project is thought by you could be improved going forwards? We could then start looking at how treatment could be improved for them or where the research should be focused. This might help us to improve patient and open public involvement. We’ll continue with what we’ve been doing for the present time, but we are ready to consider the broader message we could use. DRIFT recently gained an East Midlands Invention in Healthcare award.