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Canine Flu is suspected in the deaths of six dogs at the Pennsylvania SPCA’s Philadelphia facilities.
Both things are still correct. Logically, if you look at the BASE INFORMATION it is still all correct. How it is being PRESENTED, is that people with underlying conditions are not healthy. That is not correct. The way the media is FRAMING the information is meant to mislead.
www.who.int -Quote from Dr. M. Chan @ the WHO conference in May
"most cases of severe and fatal infections with the H1N1 virus, outside the outbreak in Mexico, are occurring in people with underlying chronic conditions. In recent years, the burden of chronic diseases has increased dramatically, and shifted dramatically, from rich countries to poorer ones. Today, around 85% of the burden of chronic diseases is concentrated in low- and middle-income countries. The implications are obvious. The developing world has, by far, the largest pool of of people at risk for severe and fatal H1N1 infections."
HARTFORD, Conn. -- The Connecticut Department of Public Health confirmed 47 new cases of H1N1 flu among Connecticut residents on Thursday.
A total of 196 confirmed cases have now been identified among Connecticut residents. Among the patients, ages range from 3 to 56, with an average of 17, and 90 are female and 106 are male..