This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Avian Influenza category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.
|Avian Influenza: Bird Flu Types and H5N1 Information|
|2015-01-26 : H7N9 Avian Influenza Case in Canada Confirmed by Gov : B.C. resident confirmed to have tested positive for H7N9 avian influenza strain after returning to Canada from China.|
|2013-04-13 : H7N9 Bird Flu Adapting to Humans and Mammals : Analysis of avian flu virus responsible for deaths in China shows a virus evolving to adapt to human cells raising concern about potential of global flu pandemic.|
|2012-06-22 : H5N1 Avian Flu Viruses Transmissible Between Humans Could Evolve in Nature : It might be possible for human to human airborne transmissible avian H5N1 influenza viruses to evolve in nature.|
|2012-01-23 : Researchers Temporarily Halt Research on H5N1 Avian Influenza : Moratorium will provide opportunity for institutions to assess best way of overseeing dual use research which has significant potential for public health benefits and chance for harm.|
|2009-12-21 : Compound Safely Counters Deadly Avian Bird Flu : Drug-resistant form of the deadly H5N1 avian influenza is a nightmare.|
|2009-03-23 : Bird Flu: What Can We Do About It : Half of those who have contracted the Bird Flu have died and the virus will mutate to a form that will allow direct human contact to pass the virus.|
|2009-02-22 : Monoclonal Antibodies Effective Against Bird and Seasonal Flu Viruses : Monoclonal antibodies neutralize a range of influenza A viruses including avian influenza A H5N1 virus pandemic influenza viruses and some seasonal influenza viruses.|
|2009-01-08 : Excessive use of Antiviral Drugs Could Aid Deadly Flu : Influenza and Avian Bird Flu ability to resist cheap and popular antiviral agents in Asia and Russia should serve as a warning to the world.|
|2009-01-07 : Avian Flu Becoming More Resistant to Antiviral Drugs : A new University of Colorado at Boulder study shows the resistance of the avian flu virus to a major class of antiviral drugs.|
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