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New swine flu vaccines needed?

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The Mexican government says that cases of swine flu have peaked. The British government is deciding whether to order stocks of new swine flu vaccines, at the expense of seasonal flu supplies, which could put vulnerable and elderly people at risk. Dr John McCauley, virologist at the National Institute for Medical Research discusses the dilemma.

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