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Merck Says Emulsion Of Peanut Oil Extends Longevity of Flu Shot
Firm's Researchers Also Begin Testing Eaton-Agent Vaccine Utilizing New Key Ingredient
By By a WALL STREET JOURNAL Staff Reporter, The Wall Street Journal,
Nov 19, 1964

NEW YORK Merck & Co. has altered its influenza vaccine in an attempt to extend the life of flu shots by two to three years. The key new ingredient: Peanut oil.

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