Federal plans say drug rationing is possible in major flu outbreak

The government plans obtained by the Associated Press indicate a worldwide outbreak of a powerful new flu strain could lead to rationing scarce medications because it will take months to mass-produce a vaccine to work against the type of flu that creates a pandemic. The plan seeks to reduce vaccine development time by a few months by encouraging major federal research to develop "seed strains" of certain flu types as potential vaccine candidates.

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