Potential role of flu vaccines, respiratory illness unknown

July 2013
Infectious Disease News;Jul2013, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p17
The article discusses the results of a study led by Doctor Edward A. Belongia published in an online 2013 issue of the "Clinical Infectious Diseases Journal" which showed that influenza vaccines can lessen the risk of developing other respiratory viruses.


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