Tamiflu not much good this year

In the past, medical officials have advised patients that one major weapon against the onset of the flu season was flu medicine Tamiflu. However, it now looks like Tamiflu is going to be something of a bust this season, as the most common flu bug is strongly resistant to Tamiflu, according to the CDC. Officials reassure consumers that the flu vaccine is still available and is seems to be well-matched to fight this year's strain of flu bugs. However, doctors are advised to be aware of the Tamiflu problem nonetheless. Article

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