If you’re 35 or younger, your genes can predict whether the flu vaccine will work

Researchers still searching for a similar genetic ‘crystal ball’ for older adults

person getting a flu shot

FORTUNE TELLER  A set of nine genes can signal whether a young adult will develop a strong response to the flu vaccine, a new study finds.


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