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UK: Inhale your next vaccine, through magic mushrooms

22 Jul, 2015
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For those scared of injections, Royal College of Art student Celine Park has proposed a new immunisation technique: inhaling vaccines through fungus.  Park’s conceptual Fungus Inhale Vaccination project imagines impregnating the fungi with weakened viruses, allowing its spores to carry vaccines into the bloodstream through the lungs using an inhaler…

This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 11:26 am and is filed under Latest News.

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