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Marc Siegel

The cost of bird flu hysteria

By Marc Siegel
March 17, 2006

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RENOWNED bird flu expert Robert Webster told ABC News this week that there were ''about even odds at this time for the virus to learn how to transmit human to human," and ''society just can't accept the idea that 50 percent of the population could die. . . . I'm sorry if I'm making people a little frightened, but I ... (Full article: 586 words)

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