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Don't Myth Out on Flu Facts

It's the drumbeat you hear every year - time to roll up your sleeve for your annual flu vaccination. But, is it really worth the effort? Does the flu vaccine really work? "In a word: Yes!" says Dr. Claudine De Dan, a Rowan Family Medicine physician and a faculty member at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine.
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