How the flu spreads
How to prevent the flu
People who are at high risk
Treatments and Drugs
The Cold and the Flu
Different types of the flu virus
The history of the flu
The flu vaccine
The flu vaccine must be tested to see if it is safe, strong enough to kill the virus, and if it contains the right amount of ingredients. It is then combined with other vaccinations to make one vaccine for multiple viruses, the most famous one being measles, mumps, and rubella. Finally it sent to doctors and hospitals around the globe.
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