What happens when a single episode of contamination in a pharmaceutical plant in England cuts the U.S. supply of flu vaccine in half? In a word, chaos. The 2004 flu vaccine shortage taught the world in general and the United States in particular many, many important lessons about how unprepared for a pandemic we were, and in many respects still are. Copies of this book were handed out to every single member of Congress.
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