Latest Global spread of H5N1 Stories

Park Possible Source Of Fatal Chinese Bird Flu Infection
2012-01-02 05:39:21

A Chinese man who died from bird flu over the weekend may have contracted the disease by running through a wetland park that had been filled with migratory birds, that nation's medical officials told reporters on Sunday.

Government Silences Researchers' Work On Bird Flu Strains
2011-12-21 13:13:52

The U.S. government paid scientists to find out how the bird flu virus might mutate to become a bigger threat to people, but federal officials decided this information should be kept from the public.

UN Warns Of Bird Flu Resurgence, Mutant Strain
2011-08-30 04:55:48

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization warned on Monday of a possible resurgence of the bird flu virus.

2011-03-27 10:30:00

Wild migratory birds may indeed play a role in the spread of bird flu.

2011-01-13 17:45:24

Chickens genetically modified to prevent them spreading bird flu have been produced by researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh.

2011-01-13 15:45:00

British scientists have successfully developed chickens that do not transmit bird flu infections, which could inevitably reduce the risk of deadly avian flu epidemics in humans.

2010-10-27 08:05:00

BOSTON, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- BioRadar(TM) software correctly predicted the 2009 H1N1 (Swine Flu) outbreak a year in advance (http://www.replikins.com, Replikins Press, 2008).

2010-10-13 19:13:51

On the eve of the 2010-11 influenza flu season, scientists and engineers have identified the environmental conditions and surfaces that could enable a highly pathogenic (H5N1) bird flu virus to survive for prolonged periods of time — at least two weeks and up to two months.

2010-04-09 08:13:42

Avian influenza (H5N1) outbreaks in Europe during the winter of 2005-2006 occurred at the edge of cold weather fronts, according to researchers from Princeton University and the Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

2010-03-31 11:30:15

A University of Alberta-led research team has discovered an influenza detector gene that could potentially prevent the transmission of the virus to humans

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