An All-in-One Vaccine
Can microparticles make it possible to administer multiple drugs and vaccines in a single injection?
William Aryitey |
Getting a vaccine to the low- and middle-income areas that need them the most is a difficult task, as discussed in a recent feature in The Medicine Maker on corporate social responsibility (1) – and many regions need multiple vaccines delivered to its people, which make the logistics even more complex. A recent project by the Langer Lab at MIT – funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation – aims to help with the challenge by investigating whether multiple vaccines can co-exist in a single injection, with a little help from microparticles.
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