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Karāchi :: Pakistan | 2 years ago

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The virus sparked fears among U.S. biosecurity experts that it could be used as a recipe for a bioterrorist attack. Bird flu is lethal in humans, but in its natural form, is unable to be spread from person to person by coughing or sneezing. The

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Jakarta :: Indonesia | over 2 years ago

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OLD boy has died of bird flu in western Indonesia, becoming the country's seventh fatality from the disease this year. The Health Ministry said the boy died last week in Riau province. The ministry said overnight the boy may have had contact with

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McLean :: VA :: USA | over 2 years ago

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In the study, the team led by Masaki Imai of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, points to the four mutations identified in their study as warning signs for pandemic possibilities of bird flu naturally loosed on humanity, in the journal

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New York :: NY :: USA | over 2 years ago

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H5N1 research censorship 'problematic' Science correspondent, BBC News Dr Philip Campbell, Editor in Chief of Nature. Censoring research is problematic The editor of the world-leading scientific journal Nature says current procedures to assess and

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Jakarta :: Indonesia | over 2 years ago

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A two-year-old boy has died of bird flu in Indonesia, the health ministry said, bringing the country's death toll from the virulent disease this year to seven. The toddler, from the city of Pekanbaru on Sumatra island, developed fever on April 17 and

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Amsterdam :: Netherlands | over 2 years ago

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Dutch virologist Ron Fouchier confirmed he received notification on Friday that the government had cleared his study, meaning he can submit it to the U.S.-based journal Science. Fouchier said he planned to send the paper later Friday evening and

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Jakarta :: Indonesia | over 2 years ago

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Based on our last agreement, each member country should have an inventory list of their medical capabilities which could be used to handle threats such as disaster or epidemic disease, the Indonesian Military chief Adm...He said to inventory

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Rotterdam :: NY :: USA | over 2 years ago

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FoxNews.com The U.S. government has given scientists permission to publish data from two controversial studies that involved the manipulation of the H5N1 avian flu virus, HealthDay News reported. Led by Yoshihiro Kawaoka of the University of

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Detroit :: MI :: USA | over 2 years ago

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As one looks deeper at avian flu, one might consider that the industry promoting animal disease scares as "potentially capable of killing millions" has itself killed more human beings than any other cause in human history and immensely profited in

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Rotterdam :: Netherlands | over 2 years ago

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Ron Fouchier is a professor at Rotterdam's Erasmus teaching hospital where he led research to develop a highly infectious strain of the bird flu virus H5N1 on behalf of a US health institute. H5N1 rarely transfers from animal to human, but if it does,

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