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Doctor David Samadi of the FOX News Medical A Team talks about the risks associated with recent research experiments involving Bird Flu.

Dr. Samadi explains that the latest tests with the flu strain H5N1 have revolved around genetically altering it to be easily transmittable from human to human through the air, two features that aren't naturally occurring in bird flu. He warns that if the research were to fall into the wrong hands, such a modified virus would make a potent biological weapon - one that our lack of regular contact with could leave us unable to defend against effectively.

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