Avian Flu Scientists Will ‘Pause’ Controversial Research For 60 Days
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Avian Flu Scientists Will ‘Pause’ Controversial Research For 60 Days

Rotterdam : NY : USA | Jan 20, 2012 at 1:27 PM PST
Source: WSJ.com: Health Blog
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The researchers had created a mutation that made the virus transmissible between lab animals. The virus is not known to be transmissible among humans, but a federal advisory panel had raised concerns that the new research could be a blueprint for terrorists or others seeking to spread the virus among... FULL ARTICLE AT WSJ.com: Health Blog
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International scientists agreed to a temporary two-month halt to controversial research on a bird flu virus
International scientists agreed to a temporary two-month halt to controversial research on a bird flu virus
 
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