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FEATURE - Birdflu study has U.S. students hiding faces

ANN ARBOR, Mich (Reuters) - Heather Vogt has agreed not to show her face around campus these days.

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Indonesia's vaccine stance justified, journal says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Indonesia's decision to limit access to samples of bird flu virus is understandable and should force other governments and health experts to come up with a fairer system for sharing raw materials for vaccines, a leading medical journal said on Thursday.

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World moves closer to having bird flu vaccine - WHO

GENEVA (Reuters) - The world has moved significantly closer to developing vaccines against a bird flu pandemic, but is still not able to make them in the amounts needed, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday.

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World moves closer to having bird flu vaccine - WHO

GENEVA (Reuters) - The world has moved significantly closer to developing vaccines against a bird flu pandemic, but is still not able to make them in the amounts needed, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday.

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INTERVIEW - Indonesia wants fair deal on H5N1 vaccine - minister

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia has restricted sharing bird flu strain samples overseas to ensure its own people benefit from any vaccine and to stop foreign parties

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AIDS virus weakness detected, could help vaccine

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have captured an image of the AIDS virus in a biological handshake with the immune cells it attacks, and said on Wednesday they hope this can help lead to a better vaccine against the incurable disease.

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INTERVIEW - Indonesia wants fair deal on H5N1 vaccine - minister

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia has restricted sharing bird flu strain samples overseas to ensure its own people benefit from any vaccine and to stop foreign parties

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INTERVIEW - Indonesia says WHO must set rules on H5N1 sharing

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will not share bird flu virus samples with foreign laboratories until the World Health Organisation has rules in place to ensure they are not used commercially, a senior Indonesian health official said on Friday.

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INTERVIEW - Indonesia says WHO must set rules on H5N1 sharing

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will not share bird flu virus samples with foreign laboratories until the World Health Organisation has rules in place to ensure they are not used commercially, a senior Indonesian health official said on Friday.

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INTERVIEW - Indonesia says WHO must set rules on H5N1 sharing

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will not share bird flu virus samples with foreign laboratories until the World Health Organisation has rules in place to ensure they are not used commercially, a senior Indonesian health official said on Friday.