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Topic - Brent Burkhardt
Mr. Burkhardt said the run on injections likely was caused by a combination of people with ailing family members and friends trying to protect themselves, and by a panic generated by news reports about the severity of the flu strain.
"We are treating patients for the flu, that does continue to go on. If a patient comes in to a Minute Clinic within 48 hours of diagnosis, we may be able to get a prescription for Tamiflu, which helps increase recovery," he said. "But it points to the importance of getting shots earlier in the year."