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It deals with a pandemic of bird flu.
It is a global pandemic of epic proportions.
They have also induced a pandemic of cheating.
The pandemic of obesity, in particular among children and young people, is such a case.
The flu pandemic of 1918 was the last occasion a killer disease swept rapidly across the world.
If we had indeed had a raging global pandemic of killer flu, yes that would have been big news.
That's quite a bit less than the flu pandemic of 1918, we're actually getting pretty close to Black Plague levels.
The flu pandemic of 1918-1920 killed between 30 and 50 million people, with some 675,000 Americans amongst the dead.
But this will be a long game with the pandemic of NCD rising steadily unless countries can manage comprehensive action.
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A pandemic in 1998, in which 1.
The first pandemic in 41 years.
Obesity is the real pandemic in this nation.
Worse still, the region is also among the worst hit by the HIV/Aids pandemic in Kenya.
First the problem was getting enough vaccine to treat the first flu pandemic in decades.
Far from being a harbinger, HIV was the only new tropical virus to go pandemic in 50 years.
The approach may help curb the AIDS pandemic in poor countries and bring Gilead $1 billion a year in additional U.
New pathogens continue to emerge, as demonstrated by the SARS epidemic in 2003 and the swine flu pandemic in 2009.
An amusing case study of the danger of over-egging risks was the WHO's response to the swine flu pandemic in 2009.
Punitive policies are fuelling the AIDS pandemic in the US, Thailand, China and especially the former soviet states.
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Pokhariyal (2003 ): On empirical modeling of HIV/AIDS pandemic with application toEast Africa.
Anonymous is a public relations pandemic with an exaggeration problem, not a treacherous horde.
The continually referenced 1918 pandemic with a mortality rate of 2% would appear, in retrospect, as a non event.
And WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES will have to face this pandemic with the 37th worst quality of healthcare in the developed World.
Unsafe abortion is a persistent, but preventable pandemic with grave implications for the life of women and their reproductive career (1, 2).
The implication of all this is that there is now a good possibility of eliminating the HIV/AIDS pandemic with just the public funding available today.
We avoided a pandemic with the manchester outbreak in 37 because of adequate control measures, but don't think that if flu isn't dealt with properly it won't happen again.
In 2002-2003, an outbreak of SARS in Hong Kong nearly became a pandemic with 8,422 cases and 916 deaths worldwide, according to numbers from the World Health Organization (WHO).
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So I did a bit of Googling and what do you know, there is a pandemic on.
Predicting the impact of an influenza pandemic on people is difficult until the time the actual outbreak occurs.
Ann's earlier worries about the effects of the pandemic on her daughters ' development are inadequately touched on.
Since the WHO declared the swine flu pandemic on June 11, Bangladesh has been free of any infestation until this case.
The World Health Organization officially declared the outbreak to be a pandemic on June 11, 2009 (see 2009 flu pandemic).
Critics have been alarmed by Big Tobacco's move to target Southeast Asia, arguing that the tobacco giants ' are just wilfully imposing a pandemic on developing countries '.
As far as HIV/AIDS is concerned, the Kenya Medical Association is chiefly concerned with the effects of this pandemic on people's health and on the delivery of health services.
Don't blame the British government, the British people or even the British media when the World Health Organisation was (fairly exceptionally) calling it a level 6 pandemic on a global scale.
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Bird Flu-could become a dangerous pandemic at any time.
I do think that we are headed to a global pandemic at some point.
TIST Small Groups are educated about HIV/AIDS and equipped to formulate a response to this pandemic at the group and village level.
For this there has to be a complete change from a reactive strategy that will allow eventually millions to die to a proactive strategy taht stops the pandemic at source.
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Good to have a vaccine in 6 months, better to have one in 3 months but even better to prevent a pandemic by controlling it at the animal (livestock) source.
If the majority of the 68 million people that will be lost to the pandemic by 2020 would be from Africa, then no other time is the best time to act but now.
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The idea behind the vaccine is to protect yourself (without question ), but the greater good of removing the pandemic from our communities is the real goal.
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It will be a resource at the center of the HIV-AIDS pandemic to global non-governmental organizations seeking quality drugs at low cost.
A country known globally for her landless and landowners culture, if you will, can not be allowed to export the pandemic to her neighbors.
The economic cost of an avian pandemic to all countries would be phenomenal and, if allowed to last for months, become exponential 28 - 30.
People who truly believe what is untrue may by force of their conviction spread error and untruth like a plague or pandemic to countless others.
A few Sandbian taxa are truly pandemic to Laurentia and include Baltonotella parsispinosa, Hallatia labiosa, Eoaquapulex socialis, Eurychilina subradiata, E.
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Businesses have to be aware of botnet attacks because these attacks can spread like a pandemic across an organization.
No idea how one would get that movement going without having a phishing pandemic across the web to motivate it, though.
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It starts in the bird population and quickly jumps species and becomes a level 5 pandemic among the human population.
Intestinal worms are also pandemic among the eskimos and masai, and theorized to be a symbiotic relationship (worms help process your excess cholesterol).
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The article also declares the malaria pandemic as an indictment.
She said the training was also aimed at strengthening the legal literacy campaign, counselling and testing on the pandemic as well as human rights violations and how to deal with such situations.
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Supposedly, Jews survived this pandemic because of strict adherence to the mitzvah of washing one's hands upon awakening.
The effects of H1N1 infection on pregnant women became cause for concern early in the course of the current pandemic because of initial experience 1 and data from previous pandemics.
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Mbt shoe discovered the perfect hair utilizing cuban missile pandemic for 1962 this is what escalating process.
Based on the experience, experts fear that the H5N1 strain of avian influenza A could trigger the next pandemic for a number of reasons.
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Or perhaps a pandemic like AIDs or a recurence of Small Pox.
In 1976, four US soldiers developed swine flu in an army camp and there was concern that it could become a pandemic like the 1918 Spanish flu.
And we must come together to prevent, and detect, and fight every kind of biological danger -- whether it's a pandemic like H1N1, or a terrorist threat, or a treatable disease.
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The provision of the knowledge to schools helps the youths in Tanzania in the fight against HIV/AIDS pandemic through scripture engagement.
This assumption was at the heart of the World Health Organization's (WHO) proposed plan to suppress an emergent pandemic through mass prophylaxis 12.