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    LU-257.371, Outdoor field trip

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    Fact or Myth: The flu can be caused by the flu vaccine

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    To many, the flu vaccine seems like a threat to an otherwise healthy individual. People often get the flu after receiving the flu shot, which does not promote confidence in the general public. These and other reasonings have created a myth that the flu vaccine can cause the flu. Understanding how the vaccination is created and how it interacts with the immune system helps to realize why the flu vaccine cannot cause the virus. For the vaccine to work, adaptive immunity must be activated by the introduction of the viral particles in a safe manner. An effective immune response from the vaccine generates flu-like symptoms, but the virus may also mutate away from the original vaccination. Overall, an individual stands a better chance at maintaining health during flu season by receiving a flu shot

    The Focus, Volume lV Number 7, November 1914

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    Rotunda - Vol 70, No 6 - Nov 19, 1990

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    Rotunda - Vol 65, No 5 - Oct 15, 1985

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    Rotunda - Vol 62, No 7 - Oct 19, 1982

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    Rotunda - Vol 53, No 17 - Feb 13, 1974

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    Rotunda - Vol 17, No 29 - May 18, 1938

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    Rotunda - Vol 17, No 18 - Feb 22, 1938

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    Rotunda - Vol 15, No 2 - Oct 3, 1934

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