November 10 Flu UpdateChina says it had 10 flu outbreaks that killed 47,000 birds. So, that's transparent.
China Friday announced that it would share flu sequences with researchers--but did not release any from this year.
CIDRAP on this story, noting that the Chinese are miffed that researchers have been "misusing" Chinese samples and not giving ample credit.
Recombinomics on why the hoarding of the virus sequences should be stopped.
Revere on a Chinese National heading WHO. Will it help or hurt efforts for the Chinese to be more open---will they not want to embarrass someone from their own nation?
India says it is bird flu free.
CBS News with a story on animal diseases that threaten humans--including bird flu.
Pandemic planning has progressed in Milford, MA.
Mick Fulton of Michigan State University travels the world fighting disease, including a trip to Rwanda to fight bird flu.