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Australian scientists have universal flu vaccine in their sights following breakthrough

SBS Tuesday, 19 February 2019
Australian scientists have universal flu vaccine in their sights following breakthroughThe yearly flu jab could be replaced by a world-first universal, one-shot vaccine.
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News video: A Universal One-Shot Flu Vaccine Is Being Developed

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Tired of seasonal flu shots that don't always work? Researchers in Australia might have just discovered the flu shot to end all flu shots-- and possibly, end influenza too, reports MedicalXpress.com. A universal flu vaccine-- one which would be effective against all strains of the virus-- is on the...

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