A flu vaccine made by a new, faster method works just as well as existing products, researchers report. The finding clears a hurdle in the government's effort to move toward a manufacturing process that could allow for a more reliable supply of seasonal flu shots and quicker responses to pandemics.
Success seen in flu vaccine made by faster method
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