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Flu pandemic News

What can we learn from the H1N1 flu pandemic?

Less than one year ago, on 11 June 2009, the WHO declared the first flu pandemic in more than 40 years. Although it is not over yet, there are lessons to be learned from the information gathered during the period.

Did the WHO and pharma-giants manufacture H1N1 crisis?

Was the swine a fake pandemic? That is the question being asked around the world. A handful of experts advising the WHO on vaccines are alleged to be linked to giant pharmaceutical companies.

Rising concerns over safety of swine flu vaccine

There is a rising tide of concern over the safety of the soon-to-be marketed swine flu vaccine, currently being tested on human beings in the United States.

Manitoba First Nations shares initial phase of H1N1 Pandemic Plan

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs unveiled the first stage of its pandemic plan for the approaching flu season late yesterday. The plan includes the creation of kits for people living on Manitoba's remote reserves.

Outsmarting Flu Pandemics from History and Science Lessons

Knowing now that HNS1 is spreading in different parts of the world, experts are meeting to talk about how to mitigate the spread of the disease. Science and history form the platform for strategies to slow the spread of pandemic flu.
 

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