Hope for flu vaccine as nearly half of Brits are immune
19 June 2015
Nearly half of Britons are immune to the symptoms of influenza, raising hopes that a vaccine could be created that harnesses their natural protection to fight pandemics. A four-year study led by scientists including Professor Sir Andrew McMichael found that 43% of people will not come down with fever, coughs, headaches or fatigue, even if they become infected with the virus. Read the original research paper.