A Step Toward a Universal Flu Vaccine

Researchers develop an influenza vaccine that offers protection to several flu strains in non-human primates.

Gunnar De Winter
Mar 8 · 3 min read
(Pixabay, qimono)

Sneaky flu

Each year, we’re hit by flu season. Flu (or influenza) infections reach a peak during the winter months. Fever, runny nose, sore throat, aching muscles, coughing, we’ve all been there.

Typical flu virus (Wikimedia commons, NIH)

One step closer

A new study now brings us one step closer to this holy grail.

Predict

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