Annual Flu Shot Particularly Important for Health Care Workers

Published Online: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
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In this podcast from the National Institutes of Health, infectious diseases specialist Tara Palmore, MD, discusses the importance of getting the annual influenza vaccine, especially for health care workers who could pass the virus on to patients if they catch it.

To download this podcast, click here. To read a transcript, click here.
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