Thailand to begin its first clinical trial of Thai vaccine for type-A H1N1 flu vaccine
epa01969415 Mahidol University's Dean of Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Pratap Singsivanondha (L) demonstrates as he is nasal sprayed with H1N1 flu vaccine during a press conference at Mahidol University's faculty of tropical medicine in Bangkok, Thailand, 18 December 2009. Thailand is to begin its first clinical trial of a type-A H1N1 flu vaccine, to test the locally made live vaccine on 24 volunteers on December 18. The first lot of 200,000 doses would be administered on January 11 to pregnant women and people weighing more than 100kg. Another 1.8 million doses would be delivered by the end of January. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK
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