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What if a Flu Like 1918’s Broke Out Now?

March 23, 2008
by Avi Salzman
New York Times

“There is a worry that there was a lot more attention to the issue two or three years ago,” said Richard Hamburg, government relations director for Trust for America’s Health, a Washington-based nonprofit health watchdog. “The fact is that it’s still spreading. There are still cases throughout the world. Preparedness is not a one-shot deal. You don’t know if this will hit this year, next year, five years, 10 years from now.”

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