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March 24th, 2006
Masks 'can beat bird flu'
Face masks to help stop the spread of bird flu among humans are being imported by Southport businesswoman Gail Rickett.
(Ed.’s note: It is nice to see that nanotech may be making a difference in what could be a potential problem, but this seems to be another hysteria-driven hyping of “nanotechnology.” I hope neither the problem nor the need for a solution come to pass.)
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