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In the U.S., the flu season can range from November through March, and even past March in some years. Here, a CDC employee receives a flu vaccine from CDC staff nurse. (James Gathany/CDC)
In the U.S., the flu season can range from November through March, and even past March in some years. Here, a CDC employee receives a flu vaccine from CDC staff nurse. (James Gathany/CDC)
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Dr. Al DeMaria, the state's epidemiologist, says we're at the peak of flu season right now. Fresh off her own battle with the flu, Carey Goldberg joins us to talk about this year's strain and why it's hitting now.

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Carey Goldberg, host of WBUR's CommonHealth, which tweets @commonhealth.

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