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Jul 03, 2013

Jul 03, 2013

Indiana reports 8 more H3N2v infections

Officials in Indiana report that 8 people are newly infected with the H3N2v flu virus.

Jul 01, 2013

Jul 01, 2013

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Jun 27, 2013

Jun 27, 2013
Pigs

Indiana reports four fair-linked H3N2v cases

Indiana officials reported four H3N2v infections in people who attended the same county fair.

Apr 02, 2013

Apr 02, 2013

H5N1 cases dropped in 2012, but fatality rate rose

(CIDRAP News) – The world registered fewer human infections with H5N1 avian influenza in 2012, but the fatality rate was a little higher than in previous years, the World Health Organization (WHO) noted in a recent review of the year's data.

Jan 14, 2013

Dec 14, 2012

Dec 14, 2012

US sees more flu activity, finds another H3N2v case

(CIDRAP News) – Influenza activity continued its early-season upward trend in the United States last week, while the flu season showed some signs of getting under way in Europe. In addition, US investigators found another case of swine-origin H3N2 flu, this one in a Minnesotan who has recovered.

Nov 30, 2012

Nov 30, 2012

CDC reports early-season flu rise, new H3N2v case

(CIDRAP News) – Flu activity in the United States rose substantially last week, hitting the national baseline at the earliest point in the season since the 2003-04 flu season, and the first case of variant H3N2 (H3N2v) since September has been reported from Iowa, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today.

Oct 26, 2012

Oct 26, 2012

CDC: Extensive swine contact was key in H3N2v cases

(CIDRAP News) – With this year's big outbreak of swine-origin H3N2 influenza apparently over, a leading flu expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says extensive contact with pigs seems to have been the key risk factor and that very few cases had clear signs of human-to-human transmission.

Oct 25, 2012

Oct 25, 2012

Study: Fair-related swine and human H3N2 viruses closely match

(CIDRAP News) – Researchers report that swine and human influenza A/H3N2 viruses associated with an Ohio county fair held in July make a nearly perfect genetic match, suggesting that there is almost no biological barrier to prevent such viruses from passing between humans and pigs.

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