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The various strains of influenza viruses are monitored around the world by the World Health Organization (WHO) through the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) and other participating laboratories. Many hospitals and clinics send in samples from flu patients.

Every year around February, influenza experts meet and use this information to make their best, informed guess about which three strains of influenza are most likely to circulate during the coming winter.

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For the upcoming 2007 flu season Cheap Jerseys From China , the shot contains antigens (inactivated and live, attenuated viruses) for these three influenza strains: ANew Caledonia201999 (H1N1)-like, AWisconsin672005 (H3N2)-like and BMalaysia25062004.

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You are still vulnerable to infection. So even if you get a flu shot, you should not stop practicing good hygiene. Don't get close to people sneezing or coughing. Wash your hands often.

Viruses for these vaccines are grown in hen's eggs, so you should not take the flu vaccine if you have a history of severe hypersensitivity to eggs, such as anaphylaxis.

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