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"The big problem is still the same -- we need better vaccines. But these incremental improvements are very important," said Brendan Flannery, a flu expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the AP reported.
The FDA's findings were presented Wednesday to a panel that advises the government on vaccine recommendations.
The CDC says flu vaccines were 40 percent effective for Americans of all ages this past flu season, but were far less effective against the strains that made most people sick, the AP reported.
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