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Is A Nasal Vaccine In Your Future?

RECENT STUDIES SHOW THAT A NASAL SPRAY is more effective in protecting mice against influenza than vaccines injected into the muscle. This is the finding of the Yale School of Medicine research team led by .

I faithfully get a flu shot annually. The jab is into my upper arm muscle. The intramuscular way is how we’ve done it for four decades. But for respiratory infections, is there a…

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Michael Hunter MD

Michael Hunter MD

I have degrees from Harvard, Yale, and Penn. I am a radiation oncologist in the Seattle area. You may find me regularly posting at

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