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New research indicates llama antibodies could help prevent strains of the flu in humans. Antibodies from llamas, such as this one in Cafayate, Argentina, are smaller than human antibodies and bind more easily to viruses. (Photo by Omar Andres Leon Torres/Creative Commons)

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Flu season is underway across the country, and it’s not too late for a flu shot. But rather than get vaccinations to combat influenza, people one day could get protection from llamas.

By Emily Fohr, Cronkite News December 8, 2018
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