HHS' Secret Vaccine Weapon: Flocks of Chickens
Cell-based production and advanced adjuvant technology may hold the promise to transform vaccine manufacturing, but at the moment, the government's ability to potentially create a vaccine for the emerging swine flu may have more to do with one of humanity's first industries - farming - rather than its most advanced.
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