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Russia announces new B2B avian-flu vaccin

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    Posted: January 16 2006 at 7:36am

Russia announces new B2B avian-flu vaccine

Baku Today reports Russian experts announce new vaccine against deadly bird flu.

"Experiments we carried out have demonstrated that several weeks after vaccination the birds developed an intensive immunity that should prevent them from falling ill. And it is guaranteed that this poultry will not fall ill," Eduard Dzhavadov, director of the All-Russian Poultry Breeding Veterinary Research Institute of the Russian Agricultural Academy, said.

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Well, that's a start!

Better to be safe than sorry....
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Let's just hope that they don't have the same issues that China has had.  Questions have been raised that China's vaccination of poultry may have done nothing but throw dried timber on the fire.

But hope springs eternal...

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Hi all -- Have just joined forum having finally realized the seriousness of this threat. What are people stocking for medical supplies? I've just started getting some OTC things. Got some cold medicine for my kid yesterday and had to have my driver's license number entered into the store's computer (Target). They want to make sure folks don't buy too much of cold medication because then it can be used to make crystal meth. Has anyone else run into this problem?????????



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Welcome tolka. I've experienced this before, and for the same reason you mentioned. Target has stores in Pakistan...?
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Russia announces new B2B avian-flu vaccine

Baku Today reports Russian experts announce new vaccine against deadly bird flu.

"Experiments we carried out have demonstrated that several weeks after vaccination the birds developed an intensive immunity that should prevent them from falling ill. And it is guaranteed that this poultry will not fall ill," Eduard Dzhavadov, director of the All-Russian Poultry Breeding Veterinary Research Institute of the Russian Agricultural Academy, said.


I wouldn't believe a single thing that the Russians said.
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