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China’s Flu Pandemic: The Big One?

Ten years after SARS, a new virus strikes China, perhaps more deadly, and certainly harder to contain. “The H7N9 flu now evolving before Humanity’s eyes in China has killed 18 percent of the 108 people with lab-confirmed infections as of April 22. That’s a lethality about nine times the mortality rate of the Great Influenza of 1918-19, which claimed at least 50 million lives”. It’s not a bird flu, but what is it, and where does it hide? (6,400 words)

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