China: "No avian link" in fatal case of H5N1:
This article was originally published in Clinica
China has found "no indication of contact with sick birds" in what is only the fourth official case and third death from avian flu this year. Confirmed by the national epidemiology laboratory as H5N1, the case brings the country's total to 26 and 17 deaths since 2003, according to the WHO's records on the evolution of the disease in 12 countries. Globally, the figures stand at 336 cases and 207 deaths.
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