U.S. officials say Bush flu plan will boost vaccine industry modernization

11/3/2005 | NYTimes.com

Bush administration officials say that their proposal for defending against a flu pandemic, criticized by some as not going far enough, actually will give a needed boost to vaccine industry modernization and that drugmakers already have promised to speed production. At a Senate hearing critics complained the plan required states to buy Tamiflu and Relenza at a time some states cannot afford the expense.

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