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The Original source document tested is US demands royalties on influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu vaccine as thousands more fall ill

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Original Text: 357 words

US demands royalties on pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu.An intergovernmental meeting of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has failed to reach an agreement on sharing influenza virus research material and access to vaccines, with the US placing profits ahead of the threat of wide-scale, world-wide deaths from the current influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, pandemic.The impasse occurred despite a warning by Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation’s Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, that a second wave of the A(H1N1) influenza virus, or Mexican swine flu as it was originally termed, could occur as early as July.In the past week the number of people infected by the influenza A(H1N1) virus has risen sharply, with the United States recording the highest number of cases, followed by Mexico where the pandemic began.On Saturday the WHO reported an additional seven deaths, raising the number of people killed by the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, with 1,000 new confirmed cases reported in the previous 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed cases of influenza A(H1N1) in the last week.

According to Dr Thirawat, “the current situation is like a warning sign, reminding us that the big wave is coming. According to scientific records, the second wave should happen between two months to two years [after the initial outbreak]”.

As the number of people infected by the influenza A(H1N1) virus hit almost 8,500 cases in 38 countries, the two-day WHO meeting concluded with poorer countries dissatisfied with the stance of the US.

Indonesia, one of the countries hit in the outbreak, wanted vaccines produced by industrialised countries shared with developing nations which do not have the means to produce enough doses in case of a global pandemic.

Poor countries argued they should have access to the resulting vaccines, especially if the samples used to develop them came from the developing world. However, US delegates balked at this, insisting pharmaceutical companies should be able to claim the vaccines as intellectual property and earn royalties on them.

 

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Using the Auto Spinning option in The Best Spinner and selecting only the Best Synonyms, automatically detects the instances of all synonyms in a story and produces a master document containing all known alternatives. In this instance The Best Spinner generated a document with a 20 per cent level of difference over the original article.

Original text after auto spinning

437 words; 20% different

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Using a combination of The Best Spinner Auto Spinning option (Best Synonyms selected) and then manually tabbing through the Master Document generated and editing the results to delete inappropriate synonyms and manually selected others that The Best Spinner didn’t originally select from what it considers to be the Best Synonyms for a document produces a Master document with a 63 per cent level of difference over the original article.

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581 words; 63% different

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The Best Spinner sample outputs:

Spun article variant #1, 387 words

America demands royalties for pandemic vaccines while thousands more succumb sick with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine fluA high-level intergovernmental meeting of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has failed to arrive at an decision regarding the sharing influenza virus research resources along with access to vaccines, with the US positioning revenue on top of the menace associated with wide-spread, international deaths caused by the current influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, outbreak.The impasse manifested notwithstanding a warning by Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation‚Äôs Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, that a second wave of the A(H1N1) flu virus, or Mexican swine flu as it was first initially known as, could possibly manifest as soon as July.preceding seven days the number of people afflicted with the influenza A(H1N1) virus has risen sharply, with the USA recording the highest amount of new cases, ahead of Mexico, where the outbreak developed.On Saturday the WHO announced an additional seven fatalities, raising the number of individuals struck down by the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, while reporting 1,000 new proven infections documented during the past 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed infections of influenza A(H1N1) in the .Dr Thirawat, “the present circumstances is much like a reminder , alerting us that the substantial wave is on its way. based upon historic , a another wave should occur between two months to two years subsequent to the initial cases”.As the number of people with the influenza A(H1N1) virus approached nearly 8,500 cases in 38 international locations, the two-day WHO conference concluded with poorer countries not satisfied because of the stance of the US.The Republic of Indonesia, just one countries afflicted by the virus, wanted vaccines made by developed countries shared with poorer nations which generally don’t possess the expertise to develop a sufficient number of doses in the event of a worldwide pandemic.developing countries insisted they should have access resulting vaccines, especially if the source material employed to formulate them originated in the poorer nations. In spite of this, the United States officials rejected this, insisting drug firms ought to are entitled to claiming the particular vaccines as intellectual property and as a consequence of get paid payments on them.

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  1. US demands royalties on pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu
  2. … thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu … a warning by Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health … or Mexican swine flu as it was originally termed, could occur as early as … infected by the influenza A(H1N1) virus has risen sharply, … India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed cases of influenza A(H1N1) in the last week. …
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  4. US demands royalties on pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu
  5. … as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu … reach an agreement on sharing influenza virus research material … or Mexican swine flu as it was originally termed, could occur as early … India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand …
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Spun article variant #2, 381 words

USA wants royalties for pandemic vaccines whilst thousands more succumb ill influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine fluAn intergovernmental meeting of the World Health Organisation (WHO), did not accomplish a settlement on sharing flu virus test resources and access to vaccines, with the USA setting revenue ahead of the risk involving wide-scale, international fatalities from the current influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, pandemic.The impasse came about even with advice Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation‚Äôs Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, a subsequent wave of the A(H1N1) flu virus, or Mexican swine flu as it was first earlier known as, could quite possibly arise as soon as July.During the prior seven days the number of people infected by the influenza A(H1N1) virus has grown sharply, with the US documenting the greatest amount of new cases, followed by Mexico, the location where the outbreak commenced.On Saturday the WHO reported an further seven fatalities, raising the number of people struck down by the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, with 1,000 fresh verified instances noted within the previous 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have verified instances of influenza A(H1N1) within the the past week.According to Dr Thirawat, “the latest situation is much like a reminder , reminding us that the massive wave is coming. Based on research information, the next wave will probably manifest between eight weeks to two years subsequent to the first outbreak]”.As the number of cases by the influenza A(H1N1) virus hit nearly 8,500 instances in 38 nations, the two-day WHO gathering ended with developing nations not satisfied because of the stance of the United States.The Republic of Indonesia, just one of those hit in the virus, wanted vaccines made by developed countries shared with developing countries which do not possess the means to manufacture a sufficient amount of doses in the event of a global pandemic.developing countries insisted they must get to the ensuing vaccines, particularly where the biological materials utilized to formulate them came from developing countries of the world. In spite of this, the American officials rejected this, drug companies ought to have an expectation of claiming the particular vaccines as intellectual property and derive royalties for them.

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Spun article variant #3, 387 words

US insists on royalties for pandemic vaccines while thousands more succumb ill influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu An intergovernmental gathering of the World Health Organisation (WHO), did not reach a decision regarding the sharing influenza virus investigation subject matter along with ownership of vaccines, with the United States setting sales and profits ahead of the risk of wide-spread, world-wide deaths from the current influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, pandemic.The impasse materialized regardless Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation’s Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, a subsequent wave of the A(H1N1) flu virus, or Mexican swine flu as it was initially originally named, could easily appear as early as July.During the previous week the number of people afflicted with the influenza A(H1N1) virus has risen dramatically, with the United States logging the largest number of cases, followed by Mexico, the location where the pandemic began.On Saturday the WHO announced an extra seven fatalities, raising the number of individuals killed by the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, while reporting 1,000 new established infections documented in the prior 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all documented infections of influenza A(H1N1) within the past seven days.According to Dr Thirawat, said “the latest situation is like a signal indicator, alerting the world that the big wave is coming. As indicated by research reports, a second wave is likely to occur between two months to two years subsequent to the first cases.”

As the number of people with the influenza A(H1N1) virus approached nearly 8,500 instances in 38 countries, the two-day WHO gathering ended with less well off nations dissatisfied because of the stance of the America.

The Republic of Indonesia, one particular nations struck by the virus, pushed for vaccines produced by more developed nations shared with developing countries that do not possess the facilities to manufacture sufficient numbers of doses in the event of a global outbreak.

Developing countries proposed that they must be supplied with resulting vaccines, especially if the samples utilized in order to produce them came from the poorer nations. In spite of this, the United States officials insisted that, insisting medical firms need to have an expectation of claiming the vaccines as intellectual property and acquire payments of them.

 

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  1. US demands royalties on pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu
  2. … India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed cases of influenza A(H1N1) in the last week. …
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Spun article variant #4, 380 words

United States wants royalties for pandemic vaccines whilst thousands more succumb influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu A high-level intergovernmental session of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has failed to accomplish an decision concerning the sharing flu virus research samples and rights to vaccines, with the USA positioning proceeds on top of the hazard associated with wide-spread, world-wide deaths existing existing influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, pandemic.The deadlock developed notwithstanding an alert of Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation’s Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, a another wave of the A(H1N1) flu virus, or Mexican swine flu as it was first earlier named, could develop as soon as July.preceding week the number of people afflicted with the influenza A(H1N1) virus has risen dramatically, with the United States reporting the greatest number of new cases, followed by Mexico, where the pandemic started.
On Saturday the WHO revealed an extra seven deaths, raising the number of individuals struck down through the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, at the same time 1,000 fresh confirmed infections noted in the prior 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have affirmed infections of influenza A(H1N1) within the last week.
Dr Thirawat, “the latest circumstances is much like a stern reminder warning, alerting the world that the considerable wave is on its way. based upon historic reports, a second wave should manifest between eight weeks to two years subsequent to the first cases.” As the number of individuals infected with the influenza A(H1N1) virus reached nearly 8,500 people in 38 countries, the two-day WHO gathering finished with poorer nations disgruntled because of the stance of the United States.The Republic of Indonesia, one particular of the hit in the virus, had hoped for vaccines made by more developed nations shared with poorer countries that don’t have the facilities to manufacture sufficient doses in case of a worldwide pandemic.Poor nations proposed they must have access ensuing vaccines, especially if the biological samples used to produce them originated from poorer countries of the world. Rejecting this, the US officials rejected this, insisting drug businesses ought to be able to claiming the particular vaccines as intellectual property and as a consequence of derive payments on them.

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  1. US demands royalties on pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu
  2. … India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed cases of influenza A(H1N1) in the last week. …
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Spun article variant #5, 580 words
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America insists on royalties on pandemic vaccines while thousands more infected sick with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu A high-level intergovernmental gathering of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has failed to achieve a decision with regards to sharing flu virus study resources along with rights to vaccines, with the US setting sales and profits ahead of the risk involving massive, international fatalities from the present influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, outbreak.The deadlock occurred even though by Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation’s Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, a second wave of the A(H1N1) flu virus, or Mexican swine flu as it was earlier termed, could easily arise as early as July.During the previous seven days the number of people infected with with the influenza A(H1N1) virus has considerably increased , with the United States documenting the greatest number of cases, followed by Mexico, where the pandemic commenced.On Saturday the WHO said an additional seven deaths, increasing the number of people killed by the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, along with 1,000 fresh affirmed instances recorded in the past 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have verified cases of influenza A(H1N1) in the the past week.Dr Thirawat, “the current circumstances is like a warning sign, reminding us that the massive wave is building. based upon scientific history, a second wave should occur between eight weeks to two years subsequent to the original cases.”As the number of people infected by the A(H1N1) flu virus approached almost 8,500 people in 38 countries, the two-day WHO meeting finished with developing nations unhappy with the stance of the America.Indonesia, just one of the countries struck in the outbreak, sought to have vaccines made by more developed countries shared with developing countries which generally do not possess the means to develop sufficient doses in the event of an international outbreak.

Poor countries asserted that the have to be supplied with ensuing vaccines, particularly if the samples employed to develop them originated from poorer world. In spite of this, the United States delegates balked at this, insisting pharmaceutical firms must be able to claim the particular vaccines as intellectual property along with be paid royalties on them.

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  1. US demands royalties on pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine flu
  2. … India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed cases of influenza A(H1N1) in the last week. …
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Spun article variant #6, 378 words

US demands royalties for pandemic vaccines as thousands more fall ill with influenza A(H1N1) Mexican swine fluA high-level intergovernmental session of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has failed to reach a decision regarding the sharing flu virus research substance and status of vaccines, with the USA setting proceeds in advance of the danger associated with massive, world-wide fatalities resulting from present influenza A(H1N1), or Mexican swine flu, pandemic.The impasse came about regardless Dr Thirawat Hemachudha, director of the World Health Organisation’s Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Viral Zoonoses, that a another wave of the A(H1N1) influenza virus, or Mexican swine flu as it has been formerly termed, could quite possibly occur as soon as July.past week the number of people infected with the influenza A(H1N1) virus has risen , with the United States logging the largest amount of cases, ahead of Mexico, where the pandemic originated.On Saturday the WHO reported an extra seven fatalities, raising the number of people struck down from the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 72, while reporting 1,000 new proven infections documented during the previous 24 hours.India, Turkey, Japan, Ecuador, Peru, Belgium, Cuba, Finland and Thailand have all confirmed instances of influenza A(H1N1) over the the past week.
Dr Thirawat, said “the current situation is much like a reminder warning sign, reminding us that the sizeable wave is on its way. Based on research , a second wave is likely to manifest between two months to two years subsequent to the initial cases.” As the number of people by the A(H1N1) flu virus hit almost 8,500 cases in 38 countries, the two-day WHO assembly completed with less well off countries discontent by the stance of the United States.
The Republic of Indonesia, one of the nations gripped by the outbreak, had hoped for vaccines produced by developed nations shared with developing countries that don’t possess the facilities to manufacture sufficient doses in case of a global outbreak.developing countries argued that the need to get resulting vaccines, particularly where the samples utilized to produce them came from the developing world. Rejecting this, the US representatives balked at this, drug firms ought to have an expectation of claim the vaccines as intellectual property along with acquire payments for them.

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As can be seen from the above, the output quality of multiple articles generated from one source story by The Best Spinner is extremely good, requiring just a little manual editing. For journalists this means surplus photos can be packed up with multiple original versions of the same story.

A small amount of additional effort could see the intro and closing paragraphs changed to give the story a totally different angle, with the bulk of the story’s content already having been spun and able to be used in wholesale chunks without diminishing from the new story’s quality, and also not breaching original content demands by editors and publishers.

Update January 1, 2012: Since writing this review Jonathan Ledger has added a number of new features to The Best Spinner that are truly impressive. He has also unveiled Instant Article Wizard which goes even further in allowing people to generate articles about subjects they know nothing about.

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