News & Perspective

Mar 04, 2019

Mar 04, 2019

News Scan for Mar 04, 2019

US measles rise
More acute flaccid myelitis
Nipah virus in Bangladesh
Novel H5N2 avian flu in Egypt
Global polio emergency

Mar 14, 2017

Mar 14, 2017

News Scan for Mar 14, 2017

MERS hospital case
H5 avian flu outbreaks
Pandemic 2009 flu vaccine

Feb 23, 2017

Feb 23, 2017

News Scan for Feb 23, 2017

More H5N8 outbreaks
Zika testicular shrinkage
Polio still global emergency
Norovirus tracking

Mar 08, 2016

Mar 08, 2016

Avian Flu Scan for Mar 08, 2016

H5N1 case in Egypt
Avian flu in Taiwan, Nigeria

Sep 23, 2015

Sep 23, 2015

News Scan for Sep 23, 2015

MERS in Kuwait
Soft palate and flu evolution
Egyptian H5N1 cases series
Avian flu in Nigeria, Vietnam, South Africa
Flu activity down Down Under

Jun 23, 2015

Jun 23, 2015

Avian Flu Scan for Jun 23, 2015

H5N1 case in Egyptian girl
H5N1 outbreaks in Nigeria

Jan 24, 2008

Jan 24, 2008

FAO: Spate of H5N1 outbreaks warrants stronger controls

(CIDRAP News) – Outbreaks of H5N1 avian influenza in 15 countries since December 2007 are a potent reminder that the virus is still a global threat, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned today, as officials in Thailand announced they found the disease in poultry again after a 6-month lapse.

Jan 11, 2008

Jan 11, 2008

OIE chief's downplaying of pandemic risk draws fire

(CIDRAP News) – Disease experts and preparedness advocates reacted negatively today to comments by the head of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) suggesting that the risk of an influenza pandemic posed by the H5N1 avian flu virus is minimal.

Dec 14, 2007

Dec 14, 2007

Players in H5N1's debut ponder a decade's lessons

(CIDRAP News) – Dr. Keiji Fukuda still remembers the intense emotions that tumbled through his mind as he waited to board his hastily scheduled flight out of Atlanta. His destination was Asia. In Hong Kong, a newly identified avian influenza virus, recently dubbed H5N1, was making people desperately ill.

Oct 26, 2007

Oct 26, 2007

FAO warns H5N1 may be lurking in Europe

(CIDRAP News) – Apparently healthy domestic geese and ducks in Europe may be harboring the H5N1 avian influenza virus, posing a risk to other poultry and to humans who have contact with them, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned in a statement yesterday.

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