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3 – 9 December is National Influenza Vaccination Week, a national awareness week focused on highlighting the importance of influenza vaccination.

In this free KOL Insight Interview excerpt from Datamonitor Healthcare, read what key opinion leaders from the UK and US in Infectious Diseases have to say about current efforts to combat influenza with seasonal influenza vaccines:

  • How vaccination rates for the elderly will change in the next five years and why
  • What can be done to increase coverage rates among pregnant women
  • Are there truly advantages to vaccines produced using the cell-based manufacturing process vs. egg-based?
  • Reasons behind slow adoption of intranasal vaccines in the US and parts of the EU
  • Will universal vaccines play a role in improving vaccine efficacy going forward?

Influenza KOL US interview

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