Bioject's vaccine delivery device beats syringe in clinical trials
This article was originally published in Clinica
Portland, Oregon-based needle-free vaccine delivery company Bioject Medical Technologies has posted positive results from two studies of its Biojector 2000 (B2000) device at the AIDS Vaccine 2007 conference in Seattle, Washington.
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