Health officials say most people do not need flu shots

10/26/2004 | MSNBC

Recent studies and health care professionals find the flu vaccine works about 52% of the time and most Americans do not need to get a shot, but the current vaccine shortage is causing a rush on vaccine doses. A nurse argued, "If you're leading a healthy life and you get sick with the flu, you're probably going to get through it."

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