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From the Publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine

Incidence and Case Fatality Rates of Novel 2009 Pandemic A/H1N1 Influenza in England Incidence and Case Fatality Rates of Novel 2009 Pandemic A/H1N1 Influenza in England Incidence and Case Fatality Rates of Novel 2009 Pandemic A/H1N1 Influenza in England

H1N1 influenza incidence was highest among children, but H1N1-associated mortality was highest among elders. (more…)


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  1. The swine flu is possibly “the mildest pandemic on record” (www.isrameds.com h1n1 news)

  2. These findings strongly underscore the risks of H1N1 to young populations and they should remain a priority target group for vaccination, The findings also suggested some upper and lower bounds on pre-existing immunity to H1N1 for seniors. However, it is fair to say a significant proportion of seniors are at risk from H1N1.

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