The investigational vaccine is in the third phase of trials and targets flu strains expected to circulate this winter.
KPWHRI’s Michael L. Jackson, PhD, MPH, talks about influenza vaccine research in the age of the pandemic.
While flu vaccine effectiveness varies year to year, it still makes sense to get immunized annually.
On January 15, 2015, the CDC published early estimates of the 2014/15 influenza vaccine’s ability to prevent the flu, using data from Kaiser Permanente and four other sites across the United States. The results aren't very promising.
Dr. Michael Jackson addresses some of the top questions as to why this year's influenza vaccine is not as effective as hoped.
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