Lethal secrets of 1918 flu virusBreaking News
The reason for the lethal nature of the 1918 flu was never fully understood.
But the experts behind this test say they have found a human gene which may help explain its unusual virulence.
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Michael Finn - 1/20/2007
Gosh, they found that the 1918 flu was a) lethal and b) killed quickly.
They could have found this out by reading a history book instead of killing monkeys. There must be government funding involved here.
How long will it be before this resurected virus gets out? They'll probably blame the monkeys.
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