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Assessing the Use of Antiviral Treatment to Control Influenza

bioRxiv

Dec 26, 2013

Sarah C Kramer, S Bansal

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Vaccines are the cornerstone of influenza control policy, but can suffer from several drawbacks. Seasonal influenza vaccines are prone to production problems and low efficacies, while pandemic vaccines are unlikely to be available in time to slow a rapidly spreading global outbreak. Ant...read more

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Vaccines
Influenza virus vaccine
Influenza
Influenza A virus
Trivalent influenza vaccine
Antiviral Therapy
Conservative Therapy
Population Group
Urban Population
Antiviral Agents
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Assessing the Use of Antiviral Treatment to Control Influenza

bioRxiv

Dec 26, 2013

Sarah C Kramer, S Bansal

PMID: 990001537

DOI: 10.1101/001537

Abstract

Vaccines are the cornerstone of influenza control policy, but can suffer from several drawbacks. Seasonal influenza vaccines are prone to production problems and low efficacies, while pandemic vaccines are unlikely to be available in time to slow a rapidly spreading global outbreak. Ant...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Vaccines
Influenza virus vaccine
Influenza
Influenza A virus
Trivalent influenza vaccine
Antiviral Therapy
Conservative Therapy
Population Group
Urban Population
Antiviral Agents
5

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