Avain Influenzas (H5N1, H7N9, etc)
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151 H5N8 confirmed on South Korea farm 519
152 Visiting live bird markets tied to H7N9 risk 907
153 Experiments suggest a 1918-like flu virus could rise again 592
154 2013 study finds minimal worry over H7N9 in urban and rural China 552
155 Tests show high H7N9 antibodies in Chinese poultry workers 516
156 Study finds signs of ongoing H7N9 changes 669
157 Serology study in rural Cambodia finds no evidence of H5N1 infection 513
158 H7N9 detected in four more China markets 507
159 China detects first known human H5N6 infection 1012
160 Live poultry markets reopen in Shanghai 504
161 China reports 3 more H7N9 cases, 1 more death 856
162 North Korea reports two cases of H5N1 505
163 Kumamoto bird flu strain ID'd as H5N8, new to Japan 676
164 Study notes H5N1 tweaks that boost airborne spread 497
165 Mass culling begins in Japanese bird flu outbreak 540
166 Japan orders chicken cull to contain bird flu 1047
167 China, Hong Kong report four more H7N9 cases 862
168 Thousands of chickens lost to H5N1 in North Korea 503
169 China reports 2 more H7N9 cases 542
170 More H7N9 cases reported in China as holiday prompts warning 633
171 'Universal' vaccine protects mice against H7N9, other strains 726
172 Laos reports H5N1 return after 5-year hiatus 598
173 Netherlands sees another bird flu outbreak 488
174 Uptick in Cambodian H5N1 cases may be result of virus mutation 470
175 H7N9 found on Chinese farm, but no evidence in veterinarians 485
176 H5N8 takes toll on South Korea poultry, infects dog 657
177 H5N8 analysis finds three reassortants 890
178 Libya reports first H5N1 outbreak 923
179 Three new H5N1 outbreaks affect 23,000 Vietnamese poultry 446
180 Calls for chicken reserve to rescue Chinese chicken sector 444
 
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Exposure to Animals

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Role of preventing AMR

FAO and AMR


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