Developing A New Flu Vaccine

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By Molly Clifton

Scientists are moving closer to developing a universal flu vaccine.

Using data gathered during the 2009 pandemic, London researchers found people who didn’t get very sick had more of a certain virus killing cell in their blood. 

They are working to develop a drug that stimulates the body to produce those cells, which one day could be used as a universal flu vaccine.

 



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