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Alec van Gelder

Patent nonsense on avian flu

By Alec van Gelder
October 31, 2005

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WITH ALL the hysteria surrounding the possible mutation of the Avian flu virus into a form that puts humans at risk, policymakers have subjected us to everything -- except common sense. There are no easy solutions to the outbreak that is predicted, and more deaths are likely. Misleading the public and ignoring the outcome of myopic actions is simply not ... (Full article: 790 words)

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