With A/H1N1, A Spectre Is Haunting China: The Spectre Of SARS
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
BEIJING - As China's government mulls whether to galvanize a dozen vaccine producers across the country to turn out up to 300 million doses of an A/H1N1 defense and continues with the rapid-fire quarantine of anyone suspected of having contact with swine flu victims, health authorities are meeting with World Health Organization representatives to coordinate closely Beijing's response to the pandemic
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