Avain Influenzas (H5N1, H7N9, etc)
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31 Taiwan, Turkey, India battle avian flu 598
32 Iowa reports 4 more avian flu outbreaks 557
33 High-path avian flu hits four Midwestern states 604
34 H5N2 strikes again in South Dakota and Iowa, H5N1 in Nigeria and Iraq 601
35 Egg farm hit in Nebraska's first H5N2 event 589
36 In eastward jump, H5N8 surfaces in Indiana 682
37 Signs of airborne H5N2 found 619
38 Change in pattern of H5N2 spread raises questions 607
39 Avian flu resurfaces in Missouri, hits more Iowa farms 579
40 Three Midwest states report 14 more H5N2 outbreaks 566
41 Facing 4 more H5N2 outbreaks, Iowa declares emergency 497
42 Avian flu taking big toll in Iowa 525
43 Avian flu hits more farms in Iowa, Minnesota 463
44 Minnesota declares H5N2 emergency as spread continues 417
45 H5N2 strikes again in Iowa and Minnesota, H5N1 spreads in Burkina Faso 346
46 H5N2 strikes more Minnesota farms, H5N2 in Taiwan 376
47 Wisconsin reports H5N2 in turkeys, H5N1 in Bhutan, H5N6 in Hong Kong 489
48 WHO acknowledges 20 recent H7N9 cases in China 431
49 H5N2 strikes 8 more Minnesota farms, reaches Iowa 294
50 H5N2 reaches Wisconsin, expands in SD, Minnesota 305
51 H5N2 expands its Minnesota reach, H5N1 in Vietnam 383
52 H5N2 hits second South Dakota turkey farm, H7N3 in Mexico 375
53 Ninth Minnesota turkey farm struck by H5N2 351
54 Minnesota hit by 8th H5N2 outbreak in turkeys 381
55 H5N2 strikes turkey flocks in South Dakota, Minnesota 379
56 More avian flu in US birds; Asian H9N2 found in Alaska 377
57 H5N2 strikes 3rd Minnesota turkey farm; H5N1 hits Romania 311
58 H5N8 found in more wild birds in US, Sweden 435
59 WHO seeks vaccine viruses based on recent H5N1, H5N8 strains 421
60 Taiwan, India, Vietnam report avian flu of three types 408
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