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H7N9 sickens three more in China

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    Posted: February 25 2015 at 6:56am
H7N9 sickens three more in China

Two of China's provinces—Anhui and Guangdong—reported a total of three new H7N9 avian influenza cases today, according to separate health department reports.

Anhui province reported two of the case-patients, a 48-year-old man from Ma'anshan and a 75-year-old man from Wuhu, according to a provincial report translated and posted by *******, an infectious disease news message board. Both are in critical condition and had been exposed to live poultry before they got sick.

The two infections are Anhui province's first H7N9 cases in the third wave of illnesses that started in October.

Guangdong province's patient is a 58-year-old man from Zhaoqing who is hospitalized in critical condition, according to *******' translation of an official provincial report.

The three new cases lift the global H7N9 total to 611, according to a case list maintained by ***********.
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The Chinese are sure stubborn about insisting that they have fresh, live chicken and never processed or frozen!!  

No wonder they are a virus factory. 

They should get used to this stuff, it sounds like Soylent Green but I think it has promise:

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