Injector tech could slash polio vaccine costs

A new needle-free injector technology that can deliver vaccine just under the skin among infants can provide a protective amount of polio vaccine with only a fifth of the recommended dosage. Investigators said that the breakthrough is particularly important for developing nations in need of low-cost vaccination programs. Story

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