Traditionally, large-molecule drugs, such as vaccines, are administered via hypodermic needle injection, deep into the skin or directly into the bloodstream. But who likes shots? This white paper describes microneedle drug delivery systems. Since microneedles don’t impinge on the nerve fibers and blood vessels in the dermal layer, they don’t cause the anxiety, pain or bleeding associated with IVs or syringe injections that can adversely affect compliance among patients requiring frequent injections. View white paper.