If you hate needles, this may be the vaccine alternative you've been waiting for. It's a flu vaccine patch.
The patch is made up of 100 micro size needles that dissolve into the skin.
Doctors place it on the skin for ten minutes and you have your vaccine.
Doctors say the patch will probably not replace the standard flu vaccine, but it could be used on children and people who have a phobia of needles.
But it could be at least five years before it's made available.
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