Global diseases

February 2006
MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer;Feb2006, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
The article presents updates regarding global health and diseases. Researchers from Hong Kong have joined forces for a large, detailed study of the organs of 32 patients who had died from severe acute respiratory syndrome. World Health Organization experts have arrived in Turkey to evaluate possible solutions to stop the spread of the deadly H5N1 virus.


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