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Mutation of A H3N2 in NZ

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    Posted: September 17 2017 at 1:47pm
Here's an interesting article that's in the press today talking about signs of a mutation in A H3N2 that scientists are seeing here in NZ. 

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Thanks kiwimum! While I'm not an advocate of the flu shot, I'm big on the pneumonia vaccine. It always seems like the secondary infection is what takes people out. Great reminder of the need for a booster 😁
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