The Future of Flu Season: How RNA Technology Could Revolutionize Vaccine Production

Every year, millions of people get the flu shot. Although the vaccine provides protection for many people, some people still get the flu, in part, because the influenza vaccine production cycle starts at least six months in advance of the flu season. And while the World Health Organization’s selection is based on surveillance data collected from around the world, the strains in the vaccine do not always match those actually circulating. It’s a prediction that doesn’t always hit the mark.

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