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A century ago the Spanish flu killed 50 million—and then we forgot about it
Here's what we can learn.
Hunting For The Next Flu Pandemic: A Curly Tale
Researchers find troublesome influenza viruses close to home.
Flu Researchers Say: Let Us Get Back To Work Studying Risky Mutations
Virologists are ending their worldwide bird-flu research hiatus, but they need approval from U.S. funding agencies.
A New Moratorium on Research Into Engineered Avian Flu: What It Means for Science
Is some research so dangerous it shouldn't be done at all?
Should a New Recipe for Engineered Bird Flu, Potent Enough to Kill Millions, Be Published?
Inside a Dutch medical facility is a potentially devastating weapon that could kill millions: A genetically modified version of the … Continued
Study Turns Up Viral Key That Might Lead to Universal Flu Treatment
Researchers have found a novel method for stopping the spread of influenza viruses, a finding that could lead to a … Continued
Swine Flu Program Could Be Largest Vaccination Effort In Human History
With the White House Council of Advisors on Science and Technology estimating that this winter’s swine flu outbreak could lead … Continued
Islamic Countries Take Swine Flu Precautions for Hajj
Also, human trials on H1N1 vaccine to start, worries about countries hoarding vaccine, and other influenza news
Vaccine Patch Nano-Pinpoints Flu Inoculation
When vaccine shortages strike, a way to use small amounts more efficiently may be the answer
I Will Survive
Like many of the working stiffs in New York City, I spend most of my day bathing in recirculated air … Continued