A flu shot is more effective than a flu vaccine, says a new study.
It’s also more costly.
A study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins University found that a flu vaccination could save about $5.5bn over the next 10 years.
It’s important to remember that the flu vaccine only protects against one strain of the flu, and there are no known vaccines for other strains.
It does, however, contain the active ingredient, simvastatin.
In the study, researchers looked at the cost and effectiveness of a single flu vaccine.
They took into account the cost of administering the vaccine in a hospital setting and the cost to the patient, which is usually around $600.
They looked at two scenarios, the first being a hospital where there are fewer than 50 patients, the second being where there were more than 50.
The study found that the cost savings could be as much as $5,971, but the cost would be reduced if there was an additional screening and treatment.
It was found that in the first case, the cost reduction would be $2,977, while in the second case, it would be as little as $1,539.
The cost savings can be huge if the person is a very sick person, or the cost was passed on to the healthcare system.
The flu vaccine is one of the most popular types of vaccine in the world.
It is recommended by the World Health Organisation, the US National Institutes of Health, the UK’s National Institute for Health Research, and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
It is administered by shots given in a nasal spray or injection in a small tube.
In most countries, it is covered by a public health plan that includes flu vaccinations, but some opt not to, meaning that their own patients do not receive the vaccine.
There are some who have decided to opt for a flu jab rather than a vaccine, with some believing it is better to prevent catching the flu by avoiding the spread of other diseases.
This is an opinion piece.
The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial policy.