Study underscores potency of seasonal flu vaccines with 2 B strains

04/11/2010 | HealthDay News

A U.S. study showed that seasonal vaccines containing both strains of the influenza B virus were more effective in children than shots with only one strain. Researchers also learned that children were less susceptible to the flu if they were given a vaccine carrying an influenza B strain that matched what was circulating in the community.

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