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Experts hope the lack of a nasal-spray vaccine doesn't dampen recent advances in kids.
In an emotional vote, CDC advisors recommend against using the nasal spray vaccine.
The initial effectiveness investigations flagged a problem with the 2009 H1N1 vaccine virus in the inhaled version and drove improvement efforts.
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