A new microneedle patch designed at Georgia Tech could make it easier than ever for people to protect against measles. The tiny patch is administered with just the press of a thumb to the skin. Could this be a game changer for vaccines? On Second Thought host Celeste Headlee hears about the technology from GA Tech’s Mark Prausnitz and Rebecca Martin, director of the CDC’s Global Immunization Division.

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