Global Disease Outbreak Detection

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Global Disease Outbreak Detection

Post by Evildweeb » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:22 pm

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on Jun 21, 2012 by VOAvideo

Within the past ten years, two serious pandemics have raised public health alarms around the world. The first was a respiratory infection known as SARS; the second, a virulent swine flu virus known as H1N1. Isolated cases of H1N1 continue to crop up. And as concerns grow about other potential threats, including the H5N1 or avian flu virus, international health officials are taking precautions to prevent any new pandemics. Mariama Diallo reports.


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