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To: jmhollen who wrote (259)5/26/2005 8:18:07 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire  Respond to of 347
Growing concern over a persistent epidemic of bird flu across Asia is leading to urgent calls from international scientists to prepare for a global flu pandemic that could strike, by some estimates, 20% of the world's population. In a collection of articles published Thursday in the journal Nature, scientists sketch out a scenario in which a strain of bird flu, which usually would not be dangerous to people, adapts to become highly contagious and deadly to humans.