The flu vaccine that scientists formulated for 2014-2015 was well off the mark, and many people who got their shots still became ill. But for this season, scientists came closer to the bull’s-eye. Because flu seasons can last through April and even into May, health experts are still recommending that people get vaccinated.
The flu vaccine that scientists formulated for 2014-2015 was well off the mark, and many people who got their shots still became ill. But for this season, scientists came closer to the bull’s-eye. Because flu seasons can last through April and even into May, health experts are still recommending that people get vaccinated. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file photo
The flu vaccine that scientists formulated for 2014-2015 was well off the mark, and many people who got their shots still became ill. But for this season, scientists came closer to the bull’s-eye. Because flu seasons can last through April and even into May, health experts are still recommending that people get vaccinated. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file photo

Flu season diagnosis: Later, milder — but not necessarily over

March 04, 2016 05:25 PM

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