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Despite claims, that flu vaccine nasal spray may be highly ineffective

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FLU1A new report out in The New York Times today has an interesting take on: Flu Mist.  According to experts and the New York Times the success of “Flu Mist” is nothing more than well nothing. “There’s only a mere 3% success rate with Flu Mist” leaving it “Laughably ineffective”.

In notices to the CDC, perhaps,  Flu Mist has denied that it is ineffective although others aren’t so sure. Last year, 63% of all flu shots in America were effective compare to Flu Mist which was only 3% effective.


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Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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