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Flu vaccine induces short-lived bone marrow plasma cells, limiting vaccination longevity

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Influenza-specific bone marrow plasma cells – responsible for maintaining the level of protective antibodies following a flu shot – are short-lived, and decline to their pre-vaccination levels within a year, researchers report.

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