Report finds no marked improvement in global H5N1 scene over 7 years

07/26/2010 | Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy

A French Institute for Public Health Surveillance report found that the global situation of H5N1 avian influenza has not significantly improved since 2003, and that the fatal virus still may possibly trigger a human pandemic. This highlights "the importance of maintaining adequate surveillance and response capacities for infections in both animals and humans," the report's authors said.

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