Flu vax surveillance includes pharmacists for first time

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A new pilot program aims to monitor the effects of influenza vaccines administered by pharmacists this flu season – and could potentially roll out to a coronavirus vaccine The new program is led by The University of Western Australia, in partnership with SmartVax, MedAdvisor and the Queensland University of Technology, and according to the researchers,

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