Spread of Avian Flu Draws Questions

The avian flu outbreak in Southeast Asia is leading many in the region to ask whether the situation is out of control. Scientists say it is still a solvable problem. At least eight people have died and millions of chickens and other birds have been slaughtered. NPR's Richard Knox reports.

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