Human-to-human contact might spread new bird flu virus

08/6/2013 | USA Today

A new strain of bird flu can be spread among humans, though not easily, according to a study by Chinese researchers. The scientists interviewed family and friends of a father and daughter who both died from H7N9 to determine how the virus might have spread between them, concluding that the daughter most likely was infected by her father.

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