Drug-resistant flu strains throwing doctors a curve
USA Today, March 23, 2009
Even as this year's flu season winds down, doctors say the implications of the spread of drug-resistant flu strains could resonate in seasons to come. As a result, it could affect treatment and highlights the need for faster flu tests, new drugs, and global monitoring of flu viruses.
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