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Coughs and sneezes spread diseases: charting the development of flu vaccines

Vaccines have been established as the most effective method of preventing flu since the early 20th century, however, much has changed in the past century to improve effectiveness, administration and adherence in the face of flu viruses’ constant mutation. Allie Nawrat charts the development of flu vaccines from the 1930s to now, when we are on the cusp of seeing a needle-free version of these life-saving vaccines.

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