WHO puts Tamiflu maker on alert to ready global stockpile of bird flu drugs
The World Health Organization has for the first time asked the maker of the anti-bird flu drug Tamiflu to ready the global stockpile after human-to-human transmission was suspected in a family cluster in Indonesia, a WHO official said Saturday.


The WHO in Jakarta received word from the Indonesian Health Ministry on Monday of possible human-to-human spread of the virus in a village in North Sumatra. (AP)