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"Trials in non-household settings where influenza readily spreads ?such as schools, homes for the elderly and workplaces ?would be beneficial not only for planning management of seasonal influenza but also would be invaluable in pandemic planning. Additionally, simple solutions such as standardized randomization and study criteria would greatly facilitate trial comparison in the future. Such further studies will help us ensure we are better prepared not only for annual influenza seasons but also for the ultimate pandemic," said co-author Ira M. Longini, Jr., Ph.D., also a member of the Hutchinson Center's Public Health Sciences Division and a biostatistics professor at the University of Washington.


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