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Researchers find only slight decline in pediatric flu shots without nasal spray option

14:53 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Drug Store News

The researchers found that without the option of the nasal spray, total influenza vaccination rates in pediatric patients were 1.6% lower in 2016-17 than in 2015-16.

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