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Flu breakthrough: New drug developed to combat flu pandemic
Date:2/22/2013

ins, the findings are extremely positive.

"Despite recent improvements in vaccine production, when a new strain of flu emerges it can take several months before vaccines are available to the public," Professor Steve Withers said.

"This antiviral drug would play an important role as the first line of defence in modulating disease severity and in controlling a pandemic while vaccines are prepared," he added.


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