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Canine Cell-Based Flu Vaccines Should Have Patient Follow-Up, Cmte. Says

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Patient follow-up is needed for recipients of influenza vaccine produced using Madin Darby canine kidney cells, FDA's Vaccines & Related Biological Products Advisory Committee said

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