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Flu Vaccine Misconceptions At Highest Levels in Past Three Years as 100th Anniversary of Flu Pandemic Concludes, According to New Data from InCrowd

07:30 EST 29 Nov 2018 | Businesswire
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51% of US primary care physicians say confusion exists around flu shots for patients who decline them, up from 44% Misconceptions about the risk and benefits of the seasonal flu vaccine—the leading reason that patients dec...

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