Hendra virus kills Australian horse

06/29/2011 | Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Australia), The

A horse near Brisbane, Australia, has died after contracting hendra virus, which is also potentially fatal to humans and can be passed on through contact with an infected horse's feces or saliva. Australian researchers say they have been working on an equine vaccine against the virus for a year, and it could be ready in 12 to 18 months.

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