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January 16, 2006

H5N1: WHO's Sins of Omission.

new, larger familial clusters of H5N1 cases that have been reported in Turkey over the past two weeks... is deliberately withholding information that would indicate human-to-human H5N1 transmission, in order to avoid... on this significant change in the way WHO reports new cases of human H5N1 infection, visit this conversation... human deaths from the H5N1 flu virus outside of Southeast Asia. In this case, the eldest son was sick... to the first three fatalities) has died from H5N1. This is only the beginning. If you think

Posted by dymaxion at January 16, 2006 03:55 PM

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