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Canadian scientists may have solved the mystery of low vaccine efficacy against the H3N2 strain.
Ill patients in Liberia and Sierra Leone cause concern in what WHO calls 'rapidly evolving' Ebola outbreak.
Study says this year's vaccine provided moderate protection against serious flu outcomes.
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