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Officials: AZ has enough antivirals for flu (access required)

Public health officials say Arizona has enough courses of antiviral medicines to respond to swine flu cases, even though the state's stockpile of flu-treatment doses are lower than the recommended level. Arizona, which so far has four confirmed swine flu cases, has estimated 258,000 treatment courses of antivirals would cover about 4 percent of the ...

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