Vietnam, Hardest Hit by Bird Flu, Steps Up Fight

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A boy in front of a chicken farm near Hanoi, Vietnam, Nov. 17.

A boy in front of a chicken farm near Hanoi, Vietnam, Nov. 17. Reuters hide caption

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The confirmation of human cases of bird flu in China has brought the virus back on the public's radar. So far, there's no sign of human-to-human transmission. Vietnam, which has had the most human victims of the bird flu, has stepped up the fight against the virus.

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