New swine-origin influenza affects children in 3 states

10/24/2011 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The H3N2 swine-origin influenza strain, which sickened three children in Pennsylvania and one in Indiana this year, has been confirmed in a child in Maine, health officials said. All of the children were either exposed to pigs or someone who had had contact with pigs. The H3N2 strain contains a gene from the H1N1 strain that resulted in a pandemic in 2009.

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