Bethesda, Md—When public health experts set out decades ago to rid the world of smallpox, they took aim at the deadly disease with a needle and syringe in mass vaccination campaigns. Today, as measles looms large in the crosshairs of upcoming eradication efforts, needle-and-syringe systems are viewed as woefully inadequate for worldwide immunization programs.
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