Future vaccines might involve a deep breath rather than an injection, if technology detailed in research published Thursday pans out. The proof-of-concept study in mice and primates suggests that vaccines can be safely absorbed through the lungs into the bloodstream in order to do their job of training the immune system. The authors hope that their work could also someday be used to develop new inhalable therapies for asthma and other respiratory conditions. To read the full story.
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