Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius talks to media about the new strain of swine April 29 at the agency’s headquarters in Washington. With a handful of known illnesses at first, the U.S. raced antiflu drugs from a government stockpile, enough for 11 million people, out to every state. From left are Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response Rear Adm. W. Craig Vanderwagen, Director of National Vaccine Program Office Dr. Bruce Gellin and Acting Commissioner of the FDA Josh Sharfstein.

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