Congress Probes Flu Vaccine Crisis

Congress holds hearings to determine how the nation wound up facing a shortage of influenza vaccine. About 40 million doses — roughly half the anticipated U.S. supply — were impounded in Great Britain amid fears they were contaminated with bacteria. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.

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