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Mothers' Flu Vaccination In Pregnancy Protects Newborns--Even The Second Time Around

03:40 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Forbes

Getting the flu vaccine during pregnancy ensures a mother's newborn has protection against the flu--even if the mother got the vaccine two years in a row.

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