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                                                   Rapid Early Detection of H5N1 Avian Flu/SARS/Bird Flu by AgroMicron

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Rapid Early Detection of H5N1 Avian Flu/SARS/Bird Flu by AgroMicron


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One company that is not only afraid of what could be but is also trying to do something about it is AgroMicron who has been developing several Rapid Early Detection (RED) systems to screen and identify carriers in the most effective way.

AgroMicron's unique research and development comes from using actual samples collected from infect birds found in Hong Kong, ensuring that their systems not only work in theory but they work in practice also.

Currently AgroMicron is in the final stages of development and even though they would love to release their Rapid Early Detection (RED) systems now as the demand from government institutions and even several airlines is very high they want to make 100% sure that their system works without fault. "We want to make it a seamless integration into the airports and checkpoints and at the same time we need to make sure we correctly identify each and every person's condition in the shortest period of time." was a comment made by Gary Lloyd, Senior Advisor for AgroMicron during a recent interview.

That's something that has the airlines interested as they see this as not only a need but a valuable marketing tool, as who wants to board a plane if there is a possibility that you might contract H5N1 Avian Flu (AKA SARS or Bird Flu) during the flight. The goal of AgroMicron to make the Rapid Early Detection (RED) test reasonably simple and not to invasive for the people ready to board an aircraft In fact if you have flown in or out of Asia in the last few months you might have already been part of the pilot testing program that is going on at various airports in Asia.

At the heart of AgroMicron's Rapid Early Detection (RED) systems for H5N1 Avian Flu (AKA SARS or Bird Flu) is something that anyone can appreciate, and that is simplification. "If we can create a system that anyone can use and understand it will further enable that the system can achieve a 100% detection rate. We are anticipating that our tests will ensure a wide spread deployment within our goals of 2006." say AgroMicron's CEO Richard Venturini. We are all awaiting the outcome of the pilot tests and at the same time we look forward to some of the other projects that AgroMicron has undertaken as each and every one of them are adding great value to the world we live in. To learn more about AgroMicron's Rapid Early Detection (RED) systems please visit: and to get more corporate information you can visit their website located at

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Millions of chickens culled, loss of life and fear have all be a result H5N1 Avian Flu/SARS/Bird and now thanks to AgroMicron maybe there is some light at the end of this tunnel.
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