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August 08, 2005

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Researchers create vaccine for avian flu; hurdles remain
Duluth News Tribune - Duluth,MN,USA
... steps must be taken to better prepare for a possible worldwide epidemic of the respiratory disease, whether it is caused by the A(H5N1) avian influenza that ...
 

Mongolia Says 80 Migratory Birds Died From Avian Flu (Update1)
Bloomberg - USA
... 5, killing 57. Health experts fear the A/H5N1 virus may mutate into a strain that can be transmitted easily between humans. The ...
 

Mongolia Reports That 80 Migratory Birds Died From Avian Flu
Bloomberg - USA
... Aug. 5, killing 57. Health experts fear the A/H5N1 virus may mutate into a strain that can be transmitted easily between humans.
 

Bird-flu hunters take aim at far-ranging wildfowl
Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Pittsburgh,PA,USA
... last month, Russian health officials confirmed that the deadly H5N1 strain of ... top epidemiologist, blamed migratory birds for the arrival of avian flu in the ...
 

Human Bird Flu Outbreak "Containable"
Science a Gogo - USA
Despite suspicions of human-to-human transmission, the H5N1 strain of the avian flu virus seems, at least so far, to be restricted to birds and swine in ...
 

Tamiflu ordered as office supply
Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription) - GA,USA
... Government scientists said late last week they believe the H5N1 vaccine that ... Tamiflu's status as the sole treatment for avian flu has increased competition for ...
 

Avian flu vaccine developed
Health24.com - Cape Town,South Africa
... Japan have been racing to develop a vaccine against the A(H5N1) strain that ... of millions of birds have already died from infection with the avian flu virus as ...
 

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