U.K. researchers study universal flu vaccine

British researchers isolated a compound present in all flu viruses and used it to create a vaccine that responds to that compound, making a one-time flu vaccine that protects from many strains. The researchers' aim is to provide a flu vaccine with benefits similar to those available for mumps or measles, which offer long-term protection.

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