Bird Flu Kills Three in Vietnam

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The World Health Organization confirms three deaths in Vietnam were linked to avian influenza. WHO officials say there's no evidence the virus has been transmitted from human to human. An outbreak of bird flu has ravaged Asia's poultry industry and further shaken a region already alarmed by the return of SARS. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.



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