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Patients may soon be able to screen themselves for influenza using a simple, breathalyzer-type technology. The tool, developed by a professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Arlington, is a hand-held...
World-renowned vaccine developer and scientist, Maurice R. Hilleman, PhD, comments on his prediction of the 1957 asian (H2N2) flu pandemic and the processes he set in motion to aid in US vaccinations. Video Source:...
Delivering flu vaccines via needle injection can be painful (or even terrifying) for some young patients. In 2014, the CDC acknowledged the nasal spray FluMist Quadrivalent as an efficient delivery vehicle for influenza vaccine. However, in 2016, the CDC...