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London, June 16 : British scientists have developed a revolutionary machine which can wipe out swine and bird flu, it has been revealed.

The purifier device, which can be installed in hospitals, planes, offices and even homes, was found to be 99 percent effective in tests to kill airborne bacteria.

It is being believed that the hardware could also be used to "scrub" the air clean of the H1N1 and H5N1 viruses, as well as the hospital superbug MRSA, reports The Daily Express.

A spokesman for inventors Tri-Air Developments said: "It creates a fresh environment that is lethal to viruses and bacteria."

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