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A universal influenza vaccine may be one step closer, bringing long-lasting protection against flu

By Patricia L. Foster, Professor Emerita of Biology, Indiana University
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You need a new shot every year because current flu vaccines provide limited and temporary protection. But researchers' new strategy could mean a one-and-done influenza vaccine is on the way.

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