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H7N9 Epidemic in China

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    Posted: September 08 2017 at 4:19pm
A Pandemic is soon to strike the world.

Record Bird Flu Epidemic in China (MMWR
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Latest H7N9 epidemic biggest yet, new vaccines sought

Healio-7 Sep. 2017
The latest H7N9 avian influenza epidemic to affect China is by far largest and most widespread, with 759 cases reported as of Aug.
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now an epidemic - soon a pandemic

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H7N9 Avian Flu Continues to Spread, Worsen in China

Medscape-12 Sep. 2017
The latest epidemic of Asian lineage avian influenza A (Asian H7N9) in China infected almost as many patients as the four previous outbreaks ...
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Kilt.  Yes, the last wave was bad and infected almost as many patients as the previous four, BUT I believe that we are in lull between waves, with just one or two case reported each time. So we will have to see if the next wave is THE ONE or not.
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This one has me more worried than in past years. The way H7N9 ramped up both the numbers of cases and it's ability to infect/kill in one flu season has me wondering if that wasn't a precursor to something much bigger. I hesitate to say first wave, but it looked a lot like a virus getting itself set for a dramatic entrance on the world stage.


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It has yet to mutate to humans - but that is coming
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H7N9 Flu Changes Worry Experts

MedPage Today-5 Oct. 2017
SAN DIEGO -- Flu experts are watching China uneasily these days after some unsettling changes in the H7N9 avian influenza A strain during ...
CDC: Novel H7N9 Flu Virus, 'Biggest Concern' for Pandemic Capacity
Infectious Disease Special Edition-5 Oct. 2017
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H7N9 Flu Changes Worry Experts

MedPage Today-5 Oct. 2017
SAN DIEGO -- Flu experts are watching China uneasily these days after some unsettling changes in the H7N9 avian influenza A strain during ...
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