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INTERVIEW - World body looks to boost bird flu vaccines

SEOUL (Reuters) - The International Vaccine Institute has set up a consortium to help monitor deadly bird flu, boost regional vaccine production and develop a new vaccine in South Korea, the director-general of the world body said on Thursday.

Deadly Asian bird flu reaches fringes of Europe

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A strain of bird flu that can be deadly for humans has spread from Asia to the fringes of Europe, the European Commission said on Thursday, warning countries to prepare for a potential pandemic.

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Bird flu vaccine may be too late for pandemic - expert

ROME (Reuters) - Drug companies may not be able to produce enough bird flu vaccine in time to combat a human pandemic, a top United Nations official said on Tuesday as governments scrambled to contain the deadly virus.

Bird flu vaccine may be too late for pandemic - expert

ROME (Reuters) - Drug companies may not be able to produce enough bird flu vaccine in time to combat a human pandemic, a top United Nations official said on Tuesday as governments scrambled to contain the deadly virus.

Indonesia seeks Vietnam advice on fighting bird flu

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will study how Vietnam managed to contain an outbreak of bird flu in humans, Jakarta's health minister said on Tuesday as the number of positive cases of the deadly virus in the country rose to five.

Indonesia seeks Vietnam advice on fighting bird flu

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will study how Vietnam managed to contain an outbreak of bird flu in humans, Jakarta's health minister said on Tuesday as the number of positive cases of the deadly virus in the country rose to five.

Walking on the wild side

An Indonesian sanctuary attempts to put the beast back into animals, writes LENITA SULTHANI.