Bird flu could be spreading among humans, drug stockpiling urged

02/2/2004 | Guardian (London), The · USA Today

The WHO says two sisters in Vietnam died of avian flu they may have caught from their brother, making it the first human-to-human transmission. Countries should consider stockpiling antiviral drugs just in case, the organization said, warning that a hybrid of bird flu could develop and become as deadly as human flu, causing a pandemic.

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