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Critics Call for Govt. Control of Flu Vaccine

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Critics Call for Govt. Control of Flu Vaccine

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Critics Call for Govt. Control of Flu Vaccine

Critics Call for Govt. Control of Flu Vaccine

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Squeezed availability of the flu vaccine in the United States prompts calls for changing America's private-market flu vaccine system. Critics of the system say governments are more aware than the market of health needs and are better able to marshal the resources needed to prevent shortages. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports.

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