Thank 3D Printing for a Painless Flu Shot

Thank 3D Printing for a Painless Flu Shot

Rice University undergraduates develop a quick and easy way to numb the skin, making shots virtually pain-free

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 21 april 2015

Getting the flu shot is one of the many rituals that comes once a year, inoculating the population against a potentially life-threatening disease. However, for some, especially children, the experience can be frightening and painful. However, that may soon change thanks to a Rice University students’s 3D-printed invention.

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