Alert Number 265
Date: December 7, 2007
The annual flu season is upon us once again. And I thought I would reiterate some of our earlier warnings, for those of you who have joined us recently.
Below are links to several articles we have written on the subject of influenza, as well as links to our sponsored “Jab & Dab” clinical trial that has kicked off this year in UK. I have high hopes for this trial!
How prevalent is the flu bug in your neck of the woods? Below is a USA map with the flu status in each state. This was the status as of November 4, 2007. Flu activity was highest in four states, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, and Virginia. I suggest you save the link just above the map. The map is updated each week by the CDC, and you can get the latest status by clicking on the link. If the incidence is “widespread” in your state, it might a good idea to stay away from crowds for a while. Prevention is the name of the game!
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