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Chan said infectious disease challenges over the last decade led to better preparedness, but not nearly enough.
Evidence didn't support routine use for seasonal flu, and the group said research is needed during epidemics.
Data from 5 flu seasons showed that 18% of people likely contracted flu, but only 23% got sick.
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