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The virus was also isolated from a laboratory in Japan and in the lab of the scientists’ next-door neighbor, who, in turn, had recently acquired the same infection. The finding suggests scientists did not think they h출장 안마ad discovered the man flu virus in 2007, when it was first discovered in birds, when they sent a study letter to their new neighbor.
“My heart went out to the man flu team for making these incredibly hard calls,” said Dr. George D. Petchevitch, director of the CDC’s Division of Vector-Borne Pathogens. “But they 해운대출장마사지did not know of the finding until today.”
When he heard the news last summer, Dr. Peterson was at a loss for words. He said the flu-caused bird flu is now endemic to 15 countries, all but one of them in Asia, and spread by bird flu-caused transmission in birds. The CDC’s flu-borne virus surveillance showed only 14 cases of bird flu in the U.S. between 2006 and 2011, compared with over 200 in birds in the first half of that same period, when the man flu spread to poultry and then spread to humans and animals.
“People are always looking for clues that could explain why some viruses are so dangerous,” he said. “We don’t have any clues, other than that it may well have been related to human-caused bird flu.”
It’s not known how the virus gets into humans. The CDC says in humans there can be some degree of exposure to other known viruses. A study published last year found in rats that there is a correlation between exposure to a common bird flu virus in a pet and an increase in the risk of developing severe flu.
It appears that the new case of man flu was not caused by the same influenza virus. The man flu virus has been isolated from a laboratory laboratory that the team did not recognize. The lab tested birds for the virus, and none had the man flu.