In 1918 and 1919 more people died from what was known as the Spanish flu than were killed during World War I. With the outbreak of avian flu in Asia, and several reported cases of human infections, the virus is being monitored by health care professionals around the globe. We talked with a patholbiologist at Texas A & M’s school of veterinary medicine to put this virus in its proper perspective.
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