Thailand Distribution Center For Bird Flu Supplies Opens
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A U.S.-backed distribution center for anti-bird flu supplies in Asia opened near Bangkok, enabling airlifts of supplies to affected areas within a day. The center houses laboratory kits, decontamination supplies, personal protective equipment for rapid-responders and training packs. The Regional Distribution Center in Thailand is the first of three regional supply centers planned worldwide. (Click here for more
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