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Treating influenza (flu)
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    09/11/2020

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    Information for People at High Risk for Flu Complication For more information, visit: www.cdc.gov/flu or call 1-800-CDC-INFO CS HCVG-15-FLU-101 September 11, 2020 treating-influenza.pdf
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    Do you have asthma, diabetes or chronic heart disease? -- Why am I at greater risk of serious flu complications? -- Can the flu be treated? -- What should I do if I think I have the flu? -- Should I still get a flu vaccine? -- What are the benefits of antiviral drugs? -- What antiviral drugs are recommended? -- What are the possible side effects of antiviral drugs? -- When should antiviral drugs be taken for treatment? -- How long should antiviral drugs be taken? -- Can children take antiviral drugs? -- Can pregnant and breastfeeding women take anitviral drugs?-- Who should take antiviral drugs?
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