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Bird Flu in Azerbaijan Infects Humans

Eleven suspected human cases of the highly pathogenic H5N1 bird flu virus was found in Azerbaijan. // The World Health Organization (WHO) is investigating the scenario. Out of the 11 cases 3 people have already died. Maria Cheng, spokeswoman for the UN health agency, told that all 11 cases came...

Humans in the bird flu net: suspects in Azerbaijan

In a new development in Azerbaijan, 10 people suspected of carrying the H5N1 bird flu virus have been placed under observation reveals the Ministry// of Health. Daikyand settlement in Salyan Rayon in the eastern part of the country is the location of all the suspected cases, the World Health Org...

Clinical Study Demonstrates Superior Bioavailability of Jarrow's Proprietary QH-absorb Formula

...kets its products throughout the world, including the United States, Mexico, Canada, England, France, Japan, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Israel, Kuwait, azerbaijan and other countries. The company offers a complete line of nutritional products that includes vitamins, minerals, specialty antioxidants, probiotics, ...

'One Woman Initiative' Announces First Grants to Women's Organizations in Five Nations

...nt to provide women greater access to economic development opportunities through entrepreneurship training and job placement activities. In azerbaijan , the Women's Bar Association will receive a $96,000 grant to provide women access to legal advice and training on issues related to women's rights, i...

Carrington's DelSite Drug Delivery Technology Granted Patent From Eurasian Patent Office

...00 million people. The countries in the region include: Turkmenistan, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Russian Federation, the azerbaijan Republic, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kirghiz Republic (Kyrgyzstan), the Republic of Armenia, and the Republic of Moldova. The patent specifical...

Bird flu cases in humans: WHO figures

...oo have perished.. Following is a list of confirmed human cases of H5N1 from the WHO . Total cases include survivors. Deaths Total cases azerbaijan 5 8 CAMBODIA 6 6 CHINA 12 18 DJIBOUTI 0 1 EGYPT 6 14 INDONESIA 37 49 IRAQ 2 2 THAILAND 14 22 TURKEY 4 12 VIETNAM 42 93 -------------------------------...

Azerbaijan Granted 5 million dollars in Fight Against Bird Flu

...nk has granted a credit of 5.1 million dollars, repayable over 35 years, to azerbaijan in its fight against bird flu. // Further help is expected from the World B...then. This could probably be attributed to the wild birds flying out of the azerbaijan territory, thus reducing the spread of the virus. The victims were m...

Bird Flu Does Not Spare the Wild Swans in Georgia

...stablished the existence of the H5N1 bird flu virus in that area. The first avian flu case was confirmed in Georgia, which borders Turkey, Russia, azerbaijan and Armenia. These swans carrying the deadly virus are found in a village, Adzhara, a semi-autonomous region not far from the Turkish city of Trabzon....

Turkish PM says bird flu under control

...ymptoms of the bird flu. Turkey and Russia share extensive business and tourism links and are separated by the former Soviet republics of Armenia, azerbaijan and Georgia. According to ITAR-TASS reports, regional observers claim illegal cross-border trade is rife. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered...
Azerbaijan in Biological News

Tree-killing fungus officially named by scientists

...outh Carolina. Lead author and Iowa State University Plant Pathologist Tom Harrington, co-author and SRS Plant Pathologist Stephen Fraedrich, and azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences Researcher D.N. Aghayeva unveiled the name, Raffaelea lauricola, in an article published in the April-June 2008 issue of ...
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