Breakthrough Made in Avian Flu Vaccine
Just when the doomsayers were predicting that the Avian Flu could decimate a third of the world population, a breakthrough has been made in developing a vaccine.
The new vaccine developed at the University of Pittsburgh, is claimed to be 100 percent effective in preventing the bird flu. So far only animal trials have been made. A listed advantage of this vaccine is that it is much easier to produce than previous flu vaccines.
If it will be will be acceptable for human use is yet to be determined.
Image is from an offer on the internet showing a supposedly effective device to prevent you from getting the Avian Flu.
Update more information on this new vaccine and the technically new method of how it was developed can now be found on News@nature.