Influenza research, surveillance ramp up

Influenza research, surveillance ramp up

INFLUENZA tracking and surveillance ramps up every fall as influenza researchers determine which strains are going to be the most prevalent in people, swine and poultry.

Globally, the U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization has issued an alert over the discovery of a novel H5N6 flu strain affecting chickens in Southeast Asia.

Meanwhile, researchers at Kansas State University are playing the part of detectives looking for cl

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