Scientists warn of more work needed to fight flu pandemic

Ross Whiteford, freelance.
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BRITISH scientists have praised the government’s effort to stockpile drugs that could stave off a potentially deadly outbreak of pandemic influenza, but warn that more work needs to be done on researching a vaccine to prevent thousands of deaths.

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