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Saturday, June 18, 2005
Stephen o'grady writes,For all the innovations in medicine since the 1918 flu, our ability to successful treat suffers would have improved little given that in many cases survival depends on the availability of ICU beds. It's a problem of scale, not medicine. Bureaucracy and deliberate obfuscation confront the researchers and doctors on the front lines of the battle against the next great pandemic. As with SARS, reporting of Avian flu H5N1 (an often cited potential pandemic agent) incidents in the far east (principally China and Vietnam) is spotty and often incomplete.
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