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China Uses Past Experience to Cope with New Flu Virus i
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April 09, 2013 11:46 PM
H7N9, the latest variant of the avian flu virus, has spread 700 kilometers across three Chinese provinces since it was identified last month. With researchers struggling to identify how the disease is transmitted, concern is mounting about its danger to humans. Ivan Broadhead has this report from Hong Kong.

China Uses Past Experience to Cope with New Flu Virus

Published April 09, 2013

H7N9, the latest variant of the avian flu virus, has spread 700 kilometers across three Chinese provinces since it was identified last month. With researchers struggling to identify how the disease is transmitted, concern is mounting about its danger to humans. Ivan Broadhead has this report from Hong Kong.


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