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Flu vaccines

The influenza virus is always changing and evolving. So each year, vaccine makers take their best guess as to which strains of the virus will be the most likely to infect the largest number of people, and make vaccines against them. That?s the flu shot that millions of people get. Sometimes the vaccine makers guess right; sometimes they don?t.…

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