The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday the swine flu virus appears to be about as contagious as the average seasonal flu. In examining the virus, it also did not find the genes they think made the infamous 1918 flu so deadly. Dr. Sylvie Briand, acting director of the Global Influenza Program for the World Health Organization, offers her insight.
CDC: Swine Flu Lacks Deadly Genes
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