Thursday, April 30. 2009in News
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According to The New York Times, a Mexican child has just died in Texas from the swine flu. This is tragic news, and very alarming for public health officials in the United States who are attempting to prevent widespread panic over the swine flu outbreak. There is indeed great cause for alarm: the number of swine flu deaths worldwide is currently estimated to be approximately 160, with most of the fatalities taking place in Mexico.
We would like to invite researchers working on influenza to collaborate on ResearchGATE. We have created a group for Influenza Research and hope that scientists in different parts of the world can discuss their research on this deadly virus.
The ResearchGATE Team
UPDATE May 1st, 2009 9:47pm: ResearchGATE has received a phone call from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the United States. The NIAID has offered to support the activities of the Influenza Research group on ResearchGATE.
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