The new product could be available in about five years, scientists say.
The patch has several advantages over traditional needle vaccinations. Obviously, the painlessness is a selling point. But more importantly, the vaccines don't need to be refrigerated. In testing, they’ve remained effective after more than a year, even at temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
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