I can't list any specific sources of my info...They're all from library books & reading publicly-published medical journals.
I'm not referring to any "man-made" species of virus (As a matter of fact, I don't think there really *is* a strain of virus that is completely
*man-made*, only *man-modified*)...I'm referring to diseases that, if infecting another species, would kill that species but not harm man if it
infected him...It takes intentional gengineering to make such a disease deadly across species.
AIDS was originally deadly only to a certain species of monkey in Africa...AIDS wasn't capable of infecting man until after humans started tinkering
[Edited on 10-11-2003 by MidnightDStroyer]