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Nov 10, 2017

Nov 10, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Nov 10, 2017

Antibiotics and subsequent sepsis
MCR surveillance in California
Community-related C diff
Antibiotic sparing for UTIs
More-resistant MDR-TB
MDR-TB in Minnesota
Strep burden, resistance threat

Mar 31, 2009

Mar 31, 2009

H5N1 virus may be adapting to pigs in Indonesia

(CIDRAP News) – Scientists report that H5N1 avian influenza viruses may be adapting to pigs, as evidenced by the finding that H5N1 viruses isolated from pigs in Indonesia were less harmful to mice than were H5N1 viruses from chickens.

Sep 24, 2008

Sep 24, 2008

Indonesia reports H5N1 decline in poultry flocks

(CIDRAP News) – An agriculture ministry official in Indonesia who spoke yesterday at a pandemic planning conference for businesses said the number of poultry outbreaks caused by the H5N1 avian influenza virus is declining.

Aug 11, 2008

Aug 11, 2008

FAO says H5N1 situation in birds has improved

(CIDRAP News) – The global H5N1 avian influenza situation in birds improved in the first half of this year, but an H5N1 strain not previously seen in Africa recently cropped up in Nigeria, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

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.

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