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1. The influenza virus has shown person-to-person transmission in a given locale.
2. The whole village was attacked with influenza.
3. This attack of influenza has crocked him up.
4. The last attack of influenza left me rather grogg.
5. They took steps to prevent the spread of influenza.
6. They all come down with influenza.
7. The last attack of influenza has left me rather groggy.
8. Every year new strains of influenza develop.
9. Influenza is an infectious disease.
10. She takes a vaccine against influenza every fall.
11. Antibiotics are useless against viral infections such as influenza.
12. Influenza is, of course, a completely different viral infection from the common cold,[http://sentencedict.com/influenza.html] and its effects are much more severe.
13. The highest level of epidemic influenza ever recorded by the unit was 918.1 per 100,000 in the winter epidemic 20 years ago.
14. I had a bad dose of influenza, if you must know.
15. Entirely consistent with influenza, old chap.
16. He was also concerned about the influenza epidemics and studied the virus involved.
17. The same applies to influenza and many other infections.
18. The brave heroes returned to an epidemic of influenza which all but carried off those who had survived a living hell.
19. I caught influenza along with the chicken pox.
20. Influenza proliferated throughout the country.
21. These include outpatient chemotherapy, vaccines for influenza and hepatitis B and some immunosuppressant drugs for people with organ transplants.
22. She died in the influenza epidemic of 1919.
23. This system provides direct community influenza morbidity data that are otherwise unavailable.
24. The results could be vaccines against flu that provide much longer immunity against influenza, than do the present killed-virus vaccines.
25. The joy of the end to the war was marred, unfortunately, by a worldwide influenza epidemic.
26. It can be triggered by viruses, including those that cause upper respiratory infections, such as the influenza virus.
27. The first sign of illness is a malaise no worse than influenza.
28. Later that year he suffered a breakdown of health following a severe attack of influenza.
29. And history teachers could set their pupils researching the influenza pandemic of 1918, a grim but fascinating topic.
30. In some cases, these can be treated with antibiotics, which are useless against viral infections like influenza and colds.
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