Influenza is a serious disease and human beings aren’t the only ones who suffer – dogs are susceptible to their own strains of flu. Scientists at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry have developed the two new vaccines for canine influenza. According to the researchers, the vaccines will not only make man’s best friend more comfortable, but potentially protect humans from cross-species infections.
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