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Getting flu shot annually has no impact on natural immunity, researchers find

14:10 EST 15 Nov 2017 | Drug Store News

Researchers at the Influenza Center in Bergen, Norway recently concluded that annual influenza vaccination does not increase susceptibility to influenza infection in years of vaccine mismatch.

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