Vietnam has banned pharmacies from selling the anti-bird flu drug Tamiflu, saying improper use could cause the virus to develop resistance to the medicine, officials said Wednesday. Residents afraid of contracting bird flu have rushed in recent weeks to buy the drug, which ranges from 450,000 dong (US$28) to 1.2 million dong (US$76) for one course of 10 capsules. All medicines are sold over-the-counter in Vietnam
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