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(CTV News)   A team of scientists have developed a 3D-printed vaccine patch providing an easy and painless way to deliver 5G service   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Immune system, Vaccination, Vaccine, vaccine shot, vaccine patch, use of a needle, Skin, research team's next step  
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343 clicks; posted to STEM » on 27 Sep 2021 at 9:59 AM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-09-27 8:38:33 AM  
Great. Mail me a patch.
2021-09-27 9:12:28 AM  
Hey - even  better idea!...

*walks up to unsuspecting anti-vaxxer* "HOW'S IT GOING BUDDY??" [slaps on shoulder]
2021-09-27 9:32:57 AM  
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2021-09-27 12:11:44 PM  
This looks promising. My aunt's boyfriend mentioned it to me and sent me a url. I said my aunt should look into investing a bit of money in them. This really could change how we get vaccines, I believe.
2021-09-27 1:04:42 PM  
FTFA: Needle shots typically need to be administered by trained professionals and have to be stored in freezers or refrigerators. However, vaccine patches have the vaccine embedded in the patch, which means that the vaccine can be self-administered and does not require any special storage units.

How does putting the vaccine in the patch eliminate the need for proper refrigeration prior to administration?
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