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This allowed Houghton and his team to develop a blood test to identify infected blood and remove it from transfusion stockpiles.
Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe began a government push to triple the stockpile of Avigan in April, allocating almost $130 million to do so, even before clinical studies of the drug’s efficacy had produced results.
Under the ship-and-pray model, insuring vaccine stockpiles in developing countries is prohibitively expensive because underwriters are flying blind.
Since most people don’t have a personal stockpile of surgical masks, many have gotten creative, fashioning masks from T-shirts, bandanas or neck gaiters.
It means looking at stockpiles, not only at national basis, regional, state-level basis.
A stockpile of the younger generation, specially educated; a stockpile of the older generation, carefully selected.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
They knew there'd be a need of individuality then—and they did create a stockpile.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
Next, this Government is in the storage and stockpile business to the melancholy tune of more than $16 billion.
So far, the stockpile is big enough for about a week and a half of real cold.
And they've got a stockpile of ionic bombs ready at all times in case we get out of hand.
DEAD WORLDJACK DOUGLAS

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