Japan will spend 100 million yen (US$8 40,000; Ђ712,900) to develop prototypes of a bird flu vaccine, officials said Friday. Japanese researchers hope to produce a vaccine prototype for the deadly H5N1 bird flu strain, so that they would be better prepared to create a human vaccine in case the virus mutates into a form that passes easily between people, said Tomohiko Arai, head of a government advisory panel on science
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