Published in Vaccine Weekly, November 1st, 1999
Tests reveal an inhaled asthma vaccine may prove effective in immunizing the lungs and airways against asthma. This approach should be more effective and less toxic than an injected vaccine because lungs and airways have their own immune system.
The inhaled vaccine approach was initiated when research showed individuals from developed countries were more likely to get asthma than their counterparts in less developed countries. Ironically, bacterial lung...
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