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Old 30-07-2009, 04:20 PM   #32
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says part 8 00.40
the intellectual property rights
on the mixing of h7 type and h3n1 viruses is owned by the UN
and the WHO has been set up to take over control of affected countries

00.47 says
the h7 serotype is now in the equine vaccines

also mentions a book by Dr michael greger md
"Bird flu, a virus of our own hatching"

you can read the book online at this site plus many links
this is the table of contents page

Table of Contents:


I. Storm Gathering
1. 1918
2. Master of Metamorphosis
3. H5N1
4. Playing Chicken
5. Worse Than 1918?
6. When, Not If

II. When Animal Viruses Attack
1. The Third Age
2. Man Made
3. Livestock Revolution
4. Tracing the Flight Path
5. One Flu Over the Chicken’s Nest
6. Coming Home to Roost
7. Guarding the Henhouse

III. Pandemic Preparedness
1. Cooping Up Bird Flu
2. Race Against Time
3. Tamiflu

IV. Surviving the Pandemic
1. Don’t Wing It
2. Our Health in Our Hands
3. Be Prepared

V. Preventing Future Pandemics
1. Tinderbox
2. Reining in the Pale Horse

References 1 - 3,199


VIDEO 11 mins
Pandemic Prevention
Bird Flu and Emerging Diseases
Michael Greger, M.D. traces the emergence of pathogens from the human-animal interface and suggests ways to reduce the likelihood of future pandemics.
many other vids on animal cruelty and what they do to 'downer' cattle at the slaughterhouse
this is from the Humane Society of the United States w/s of which i believe he is the director..

first 3 paragraphs from Introduction of "Bird flu, a virus of our own hatching"

Most of us know the flu—influenza—as a nuisance disease, an annual annoyance to be endured along with taxes, dentists, and visits with the in-laws. Why worry about influenza when there are so many more colorfully gruesome viruses out there like Ebola? Because influenza is scientists’ top pick for humanity’s next killer plague. Up to 60 million Americans come down with the flu every year. What if it suddenly turned deadly?

H5N1, the new killer strain of avian influenza spreading out of Asia, has only killed about a hundred people as of mid-2006. In a world in which millions die of diseases like malaria, tuberculosis, and AIDS, why is there so much concern about bird flu?

Because it’s happened before. Because an influenza pandemic in 1918 became the deadliest plague in human history, killing up to 100 million people around the world. Because the 1918 flu virus was likely a bird flu virus. Because that virus made more than a quarter of all Americans ill and killed more people in 25 weeks than AIDS has killed in 25 years—yet in 1918, the case mortality rate was less than 5%. H5N1, on the other hand, has officially killed half of its human victims.
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