Experts: U.S. Flu Crisis Looms With millions going unvaccinated this year due to a flu vaccine shortage, health professionals warn of a pending crisis in U.S. hospitals and emergency rooms. Federal officials are criticized for lacking an emergency plan. Hear NPR's Richard Knox.
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Experts Warn of Looming Flu Crisis in U.S.

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Experts Warn of Looming Flu Crisis in U.S.

Experts Warn of Looming Flu Crisis in U.S.

Experts Warn of Looming Flu Crisis in U.S.

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With millions going unvaccinated this year due to a flu vaccine shortage, health professionals warn of a pending crisis in U.S. hospitals and emergency rooms. Federal officials are criticized for lacking an emergency plan. Hear NPR's Richard Knox.

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