Scientists set to begin first human trial of universal flu vaccine

The phase one trial is expected to take up to 15 months; scientists hope the vaccine will prevent a widespread pandemic and lead to less frequent flu shots.
0:13 | 04/03/19

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And they are now testing a new flu vaccine the National Institutes of Health is beginning to first human trial. Of what's called a universal vaccine designed to combat multiple strains of the flu scientists hope it will lead to less frequent flu shots.

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