... . 18 people were infected, of whom 6 died. The outbreak
was limited to Hong Kong . All chickens in the ... slaughtered.
In January 2004 , a major new outbreak
of H5N1 avian influenza surfaced in Vietnam and ... slaughtered in high-infection areas), and the outbreak
was contained by March, but the total human death ...
... the Congo (formerly Zaire), near where the first outbreak
was noted by Dr. Ngoy Mushola in 1976 after a significant outbreak
in Yambuku , Congo , and Nzara , in western ... and Ebola–Sudan (EBO–S) . The outbreak
in Sudan showed a lower fatality rate — 50% ...
... for long periods of time to avoid them. This is the reason for the chronic nature of many minor skin diseases (such as cold sores ); any given outbreak
is quickly suppressed by the immune system, but the infection is never truly eradicated because some cells retain viruses that will resume it later.
... viruses that combine antigens; for example, H3N2 and H5N1 can form H5N2 this way. Such combinations caused, for instance, the infamous Spanish Flu outbreak
of 1918 which killed 40 million people worldwide. Influenza virus which have undergone antigenic shift have also gone on to cause the Asian Flu ...
... Bacteria and Nitrogen Fixation in Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent Treatment Systems - by Dr. F. Archibald (full text)
Investigation of a UK outbreak
by Brian Deer
Foot and mouth disease
... , and Australia , have been free of FMD for some time, its wide host range and rapid spread represent cause for international concern. There was an outbreak
of FMD in Britain in 2001 which resulted in the slaughter of many animals. Many sporting events and leisure activities like Ten Tors were ...
... an outbreak. It affects cows, pigs, sheep, goats, deer and other cloven hoofed animals.
epidemiology , bacterium , virus
(film) was the name of a film.
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... not work well, whereas supplementing with tryptophan will. In 1989, the FDA made tryptophan available by prescription only, in response to an outbreak
of eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome caused by impure L-tryptophan supplements sold over-the-counter. As the production error responsible for the ...
... where near as common as they were just a hundred years ago. As long as the vast majority of people are vaccinated it is much more difficult for an outbreak
of disease to occur, let alone spread. This effect is called herd immunity .
Controversy surrounding the use of vaccines
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