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US releases more funds for bird flu research

Washington – The United States Health and Human Services Department released another $225-million to states and cities on Tuesday to use in preparing for a pandemic of bird flu or other disease. The allotment is the largest share of $350-million designated to help state and local governments buy supplies and fix up medical and emergency services. The first $100-million was distributed in February to identify the...

UNICEF, MOH hold workshop on bird flue

Amman, 03 July (Petra)–Specialists, participating in a one day workshop on bird flue disease, on Monday affirmed the importance of communication strategies between health sector and mass media in the field of confronting bird flue. The workshop, organized by the Ministry of Health (MOH) in cooperation with UN ICEF and WHO, is meant to further strengthen communication and information exchange between governmental and...

GEN ID Lab Services, Inc. to Develop New Drug Cand...

GEN ID Lab Services, Inc. (“GEN ID”) (OTC:GDLB) today announced that with the assistance of S2 Biosciences, Inc. (“S2”), a privately held company, it will be developing new drug candidates to treat Bird Flu infections in humans. Current treatment of H5N1 avian influenza infection includes the use of antiviral therapy such as ribavirin and amantadine and neuraminidase inhibitors such as oseltamivir and...
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