Ebola vaccines tested in humans, monkeys.

@article{Vastag2004EbolaVT,
  title={Ebola vaccines tested in humans, monkeys.},
  author={Brian Vastag},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2004},
  volume={291 5},
  pages={
          549-50
        }
}
disease.” Indeed, there are signs that most individuals have not panicked—they have not even resorted to depriving themselves of T-bones and hamburgers. In the first week of January, a Gallup Poll reported that only 17% of those polled said they had cut back on meat consumption because of mad cow concerns. Only 6% thought the mad cow situation in the United States was a “crisis,” 28% said it was a “major problem,” 53% said it was a “minor problem,” and 12% said it was “not a problem” at all… CONTINUE READING

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