Study adds more data on effects of consecutive-year flu shots

Robert Roos | News Editor | CIDRAP NewsNov 26, 2014The University of Michigan study yields more evidence that getting a flu shot 2 years in a row may lower effectiveness, and also that the effects of a flu shot may last more than one season.Share Tweet...
Nov 26, 2014

The University of Michigan study yields more evidence that getting a flu shot 2 years in a row may lower effectiveness, and also that the effects of a flu shot may last more than one season.

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