There is much more flu vaccine to go around this year, but manufacturing delays and distribution problems at Chiron, the nation's largest supplier of the shots, led to another round of canceled clinics, long lines and other headaches. Still, it was a far cry from last year, when production at key facilities was halted due to contamination concerns. "We were supposed to start our clinics in October, but had to cancel all of them due to these delays," said Alison Bendler, spokeswoman for ...

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