Rare diseases on the Planet

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Influenza A (H1N1) has caused 10 deaths in the United Kingdom

Influenza A (H1N1) that caused a global pandemic in 2009, has returned to the UK and has caused in the last six weeks ten deaths in the British territory, has revealed the director of the department of respiratory diseases Agency British Health Protection (HPA), Professor John Watson. Continue reading the printed article

"In recent weeks we have seen an increase in community incidence of seasonal influenza, both H1N1 (2009) Flu-like

A strain of influenza A H1N1 caused an outbreak in March 2009 that spread worldwide. The recount of the World Health Organization (WHO) rises to 18,450 dead from the virus, but has been terminated in August this pandemic ao.B "said Watson. The ten adult deaths are under 65 years, most other medical problems.

"We have also received reports of patients with serious conditions had to be hospitalized for influenza outbreaks in schools around the country," he added.

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