THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND under the radar
Just because you don't hear as much about bird flu as you did three or four years ago, doesn't mean resources are not being targeted. The work continues.
Avian Influenza Surveillance Continues
State... Posted on 8/31/10 at 11:32 AM
The first human tests of experimental vaccines against a deadly strain of avian flu, using novel technology that could produce millions of doses very quickly, has produced protective antibodies in the vast majority of recipients.
Sharon Begley and Ben Hirschler
, November 14, 2013
Bird flu kills more than 60 percent of its human victims, but doesn't easily pass from person to person. Swine flu can be spread with a sneeze or handshake, but kills only a small fraction of the people it infects. So what happens if they mix? This is the scenario that has some scientists worried.
A 21-year-old woman in central China has been infected by the H5N1 strain of bird flu in the country’s eighth reported case of the disease this year, the Health Ministry said.
February 01, 2009
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