Universal Vaccinations: Universally Positive in their Impact

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Universal Vaccinations: Universally Positive in their Impact
Sickness is something that everyone has to deal with every year. Influenza epidemics occur every year in the United States and affect millions upon millions of people trying to stay healthy and prevent sickness. Influenza is one o the most topical seasonal ailments and a huge concerns among many sectors of the population. Influenza infects people when changes in the proteins that live on the surface of the population-circulating influenza virus strains (known as antigenic drift). These strains evade the host’s immunity and cause disease. This can happen despite previous influenza infection, vaccination or other preventative measures. Each year, influenza poses a huge societal...
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