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Should I Get a Flu Shot? Flu Vaccine Advice for People Living With HIV

October 23, 2014

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Introduction

Each year, the protection of a flu shot helps many people living with HIV avoid miserable and possibly even dangerous bouts of seasonal flu. But what kind of flu vaccine should you get as a person living with HIV? What effect will the shot have on your lab test results? Can meds for HIV act against the flu virus? TheBody.com's team of forum experts has answers to these questions and more.

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