Avian Flu

Canadian Turkeys Catch H1N1

I am still kicking myself for not imaging a page off of Wiki about wild, migratory Canadian geese that were infected with avian flu a few years back before it was scrubbed.  This story is of as great a concern as that article was. H1N1 Flu Strain Found in Canadian Turkey Flock (12.1.09) WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Turkeys in the Canadian province of Ontario have become infected with the H1N1 flu virus, but no birds or eggs from the farm entered the food supply, provincial government officials said on Tuesday. The infection poses minimal risk to human health, Dr. Arlene King,…
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Mexican Swine Flu Being Complicated By Canadian H3N2 Virus?

The following report is of great interest, and the people that come here should take the time to read the whole post and understand it as best you can considering how complex the flu viruses are. From Reuters AlertNet 5/6/2009: Second strain of flu may complicate picture-study WASHINGTON, May 6 (Reuters) - A second strain of influenza, one of the seasonal strains, may have mutated and may be complicating the picture in Mexico, Canadian researchers reported on Wednesday. They have found a strain of the H3N2 virus that appears to have made a shift and could have complicated the flu…
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Its All Coming Together…One Emergency At A Time

Take a moment to think about the monster readers/researchers that come here every day, and the massive amount of knowledge contained in some 30 brains?  I am feeling a conference call coming on, let me know what you think.  In the meantime, more pieces of the puzzle are being revealed; anyone have the clear picture yet?  Let's throw a couple more logs on the fire shall we? ******** A couple of news stories that you may not see though some of you have already experienced the second story firsthand (and you know who you are American Genie). H/T to Truthisgold…
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1918 Spanish Flu vs. Mexican Flu: Part 1

(Author's note: This will be another multi-part series; get comfy or buckle up, whichever you prefer.  If you have not gone here to watch Dr. Ott's take on the Bird flu via 12 videos, you may want to catch up before Part 2. ) ******** Ready to go down the rabbit hole?  Ready to decide for yourself what is actually going on?    Reported deaths for the 1918 flu range from 20 million to 100 million worldwide with most reports at around 40-50 million.  From what I have been able to ascertain, subsequent pandemics did not have the same hallmarks/virus combinations…
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