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Editorial: A world without flu? It's possible

Nasty viruses that deliver gruesome death (Ebola) or cause horrific birth defects (Zika) understandably get the big headlines when they flare up. The outbreaks are followed by calls for action and furious scrambling to come up with a cure. And while that's reasonable, it contrasts sharply with the oddly ho-hum attitude humans seem to have developed

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