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Scientists develop 2 flu vaccines that could end winter sickness

A new study, which was published in Bioinformatics, revealed that an international team of researchers has designed two universal influenza vaccines which potentially could protect against future global pandemics and save millions of lives. One vaccine design is United States-specific and covers 95...
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