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Skin Patch to Deliver Vaccines

News   Jun 28, 2017 | Original Story from the NIH

 
No Needles Needed: Flu immunization by patch

https://www.nih.govApplying a dissolving microneedle patch. The microneedles dissolve within minutes after insertion into skin to release encapsulated drug or vaccine. Credit: Georgia Tech.

 
 
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