Scientists eye next year’s flu shots, universal vaccine

A global corps of flu scientists are already planning next year’s vaccine while a cadre of investigators is taking an even bolder step — racing to design the first universal influenza vaccine, a one-time immunization that could end the autumn ritual of getting a flu shot.

Flu experts say the key to better controlling the spread of the flu is producing a new generation of vaccines. And the…

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