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Fig. 1 | BMC Infectious Diseases

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From: Cost-effectiveness evaluation of quadrivalent influenza vaccines for seasonal influenza prevention: a dynamic modeling study of Canada and the United Kingdom

Fig. 1

Comparison of a typical TIV-QIV pair of model simulations (example of Canada). Note: The seventh and tenth influenza B peaks are actually slightly higher with QIV than with TIV. This is because the model is stochastic; TIV and QIV versions diverge so there is no real 1:1 correspondence between seasons after the first season in which QIV is introduced; Since TIV and QIV have identical efficacy against influenza A, the evolution of influenza A incidence with the TIV and QIV is identical between the pair of simulations

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