How to use Bird-flu in a sentence

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  • Previously Britain braces for bird flu apocalypse Jesus H. Christ we're all going to die!

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  • This could happen if someone already infected with the human flu virus catches the bird flu.

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  • Health officials are working overtime to prevent bird flu from becoming a major outbreak.

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  • Jan 2006 The world bank estimates the cost of fighting bird flu will reach billions of dollars.

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  • I'm sure this is a response to the fear of getting bird flu.

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  • I also have the bird flu at the moment so i sympathize and hope your ears pop.

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  • What is the H5N1 bird flu that has recently been reported in Asia?

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  • Asian bird flu is out of control; in Africa the same situation is imminent.

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  • The current bird flu is diagnosed by testing the blood for antibodies to the H5N1 strain.

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  • The risk from bird flu is generally low to most people because the viruses occur mainly among birds and do not usually infect humans.

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  • Studies suggest that the prescription medicines approved for human flu viruses would work in preventing bird flu infection in humans.

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  • A bird flu virus could merge with a human flu virus to create a new virus.

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  • What is the risk to people in the United States from the H5N1 bird flu outbreak in Asia?

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  • The consequence of a bird flu pandemic could be likened to a small asteroid strike in its economic effects.

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  • Court rules NSA wiretapping program unconstitutional, orders halt Bird flu panic.

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  • These themes are particularly resonant within the current threats of a bird flu pandemic.

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  • Cancellations are rare, but if a rebel insurgency suddenly happens in the capital city of your study destination, or there's an outbreak of bird flu in the region, it may be deemed too dangerous to continue the program.

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  • Avian bird flu media reports have been filled with outbreak potential in recent weeks, with much press given to the threat of a pandemic, prompting President Bush to implement a plan to combat an outbreak of avian flu.

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  • Like SARS that appeared in South China in 2002 and rapidly spread through the provinces, there is concern that avian bird flu may follow the same pattern.

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  • Should the avian bird flu outbreak become severe, WHO may again call for a travel band to China.

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  • Maybe. U.S. health officials have estimated that up to 1.9 million Americans could be killed and nearly 10 million hospitalized by an avian bird flu pandemic.

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  • Health officials said preparation for an avian bird flu pandemic may help boost U.S. efforts against the annual flu outbreak and help save lives.

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  • President Bush agrees and is being proactive, since he knows that it may take up to two years or more before any evidence appears concerning a massive avian bird flu outbreak, or for any restrictions to be put into place.

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  • The best method of controlling the spread of avian bird flu disease remains inoculation.

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  • Keep a wary eye on areas of the world where avian bird flu outbreaks are documented.

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  • Rumors will continue to fly about avian bird flu.

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