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Even though the flu season is already underway, state health officials say it's not too late to benefit from a vaccination.

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Four Wisconsinites have died from the flu, in what's become the nation's deadliest start to the flu season in about 35 years.

State health officials now say they've seen 113 confirmed cases of influenza this fall compared to just seven at this time a year ago. Twenty-six Wisconsin residents were recently hospitalized with the flu.

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