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Terrified of needles? Help is on the horizon

By Jessica T. Lee
Globe Correspondent / August 19, 2004

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A Franklin company will begin selling a futuristic device next month that painlessly injects medications through microscopic pores in the skin -- holes created by low-frequency vibrations instead of high-anxiety needles. (Full Article: 772 Words)

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