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By Leta Hong Fincher
Washington
13 January 2009

Patients suffering from influenza have been regularly treated with Tamiflu, the leading drug for flu. But the Centers for Disease Control is warning that the drug is ineffective against most cases of flu this season
Patients suffering from influenza have been regularly treated with Tamiflu, the leading drug for flu. But the Centers for Disease Control is warning that the drug is ineffective against most cases of flu this season
U.S. health experts say this year's most common flu strain is resistant to the most commonly used antiviral drug.

Doctors are concerned that the drug-resistant flu could cause more hospitalizations and deaths than usual. 

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