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How this year’s flu season could be more severe than in previous years

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At least 10,000 cased of the flu have already been reported this season – twice as many as this time last year. NBC News medical correspondent Dr. John Torres explains how this year’s flu strain is different from previous seasons.Dec.09.2017

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