November 26 Flu UpdateThe New York Times is finally covering the NEJM articles from last week. They are focusing on the slow test results and how they impact treatment.
The Director-General-elect of WHO has pleaded with the world for transparency.
South Korea is ramping up its bird flu quarantine program.
Nebraska Wildlife officials are warning that cranes--a local favorite of nature lovers--could bring avian flu back with them next year.
Another great article on the 1918 flu, this time based in St. Paul, MN.
Planning is ongoing in Vermont, where they think 3,000 people could die in a pandemic.
Biologists in OK are testing for bird flu.
An educational program is being conducted in Eastern China.
And, it is the second blogiversary of Effect Measure. The Reveres write on what it means to them, and what they have to look back on. Effect Measure is a rock solid resource for those of us interested in this subject. For laypeople, the key is to find the people with the training who are still outspoken and original thinkers. The Reveres fill that bill. Here's to...I don't know...how many more years?
(Hard to believe, but we're just a month and a day away from our own 2-year mark).