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December 24, 2009
H1N1 virus has peaked in U.S. but is spreading in Asia

The good news, according to the World Health Organization, is that the H1N1 virus has peaked in much of the northern hemisphere, with substantial declines in the U.S. and Canada.

While the disease is still active in the U.S., increases are occurring in central and eastern Europe, and in parts of west, central and south Asia.

For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Martin Blaser, past president of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the current chairman of the Department of Medicine at the Medical School of New York University.

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#3

I have a degree in microbiology/immunology – UGA 1970. Why do I have to listen to religious nuts all the time. I guess I got some bad karma :)
H1N1 is no fraud – it is the way life happens. The greatest disease on the Earth is absence of critical thinking and the dogma that goes with it. Cheers to all and hope you had a great Holiday and New Year.

#2

it is a fraud –and man made to take people’s focus away from the other man made craziness— like war and economy! but hands up for believing in God and his word….

#1

Jesus Christ said “… and there will be great earthquakes, and in one place after another pestilences and food shortages …” Luke 21:11.
So whether or not the swain flu is going to continue is very likely it will.

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