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February 28, 2014 12:00 AM

Flu shots reduce deadly risk for entire community

The story of Trent Swanson, reported in this newspaper last week, should cause everyone who hasn’t gotten a flu shot to run, not walk, down to the nearest clinic. The 36-year-old Winlock man discovered that influenza can be a deadly disease.

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