Scientists at Georgia Teach and Emory University in Georgia have come up with a painless and convenient way to get your flu shot via a patch you simply apply to your arm, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
The adhesive side of the patch features a hundred tiny needles that deliver the vaccine via your epidermis in about 20 minutes. Patients would be able to safely self-medicate with this innovation that will be available in the not too distant future, after human studies required by the FDA. No more muscle-piercing needles. You could get your patch directly from your doctor or pharmacist via the mail.