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09 May 2011

Earlier flu shot better for pregnant women

Experts recommend that pregnant women get a flu shot each year, and now a new study suggests that the earlier they do it, the better.

Experts recommend that pregnant women get a flu shot each year, and now a new study suggests that the earlier they do it, the better.

"The message is, the earlier you get vaccinated, the better," said Dr Evan R. Myers of Duke University Medical Centre, who led the study.

 
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