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This Asian Bird Flu Symptoms is dedicated to defeating the worst infectious disease threat to humanity since the 1918 "Spanish" flu. Asian bird flu has already devasted the poultry industry across several continents, bankrupting poor farmers and chicken sellers. I do not want it to kill millions of people.

Monday, June 12, 2006

Zanzibar acts to prevent Asian bird flu symptoms from reaching it

One African country that seems to have its bird flu prevention program together is Zanzibar, a large island off the coast of Tanzania.

They've banned the importation of chicken meat. When 3 businessmen imported some chicken from Brasil despite the ban and then refused to send it back as ordered, the government arrested them and now has a guard stationed on the meat.

Before that, they seized and burnt chicken imported from Tanga.

Unfortunately, the people of Zanzibar are paying for the problem. The price of chicken has gone from 3000 to 5000. And probably most of them are too poor to afford very much.

Still, the cost of bird flu is far higher. Then the disease would destroy their poultry industry and possibly kill some of their people, with children most at risk.

So I have to salute the government of Zanzibar for taking decisive and effective action to meet the threat.

Asian bird flu symptoms prevented in Zanzibar


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Thursday, June 01, 2006

Asian bird flu map of Indonesia

Here's another sad example of Asian bird flu symptoms -- ignored until they got so bad the 15 year old Indonesian boy died. He's the most recent victim. He got transferred from clinic to hospital before they realized how serious his condition was and somebody tested him for bird flu.

You have to wonder, who many cases go undiagnosed? How many of those patients recover and how many die? The answers might reshape our knowledge of Asian bird flu symptoms.

The map of cases is pretty interesting. Although cases in chickens is spread across the width of the cluster of islands, the human cases form a continuous arc along the islands running from the northwest to the southeast.

map of Asian bird flu cases in Indonesia



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Sunday, May 28, 2006

Protection from Asian bird flu symptoms

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Asian Bird Flu Symptoms in Romania

Here's a good article on the quarantine situation in Romania. By the time you read this, it won't be so bad -- but it indicates how panicked countries and governments can get.

And what's worse -- it didn't work. Romania has continued to have an increasing number of bird flu outbreaks, 20 in the past few days. With 35 more under investigation.

People in North and South America feel safe from Asian bird flu symptoms, but it is already causing great problems in the rest of the world. 13,000 people under a quarantine, causing a hardship to poor people. Keeping them from jobs, businesses and school classes.

How many more quarantines will be put into effect before the Asian flu problem is solved?

Asian bird flu symptoms in chickens cause quarantine of thousands in Bucharest Romania

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Thursday, May 25, 2006

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Asian bird flu symptoms traced

This is the latest news in the case of the large family in Indonesia who have died after showing Asian bird flu symptoms.

The authorities believe they've tracked it back to a woman who sold vegetables in a market and so may have come into contact with the infected chicken there.

Now, this brings up a question which this article doesn't address. Asian local markets certainly do have raw meat for sale on display -- you can't always even tell what it is.

And it's not in the sanitary conditions people in the developed world are used to.

So I can easily believe that she was somehow exposed to some raw chicken meat. But why not the person selling the actual infected chicken? Why not any of the many shoppers?

The concept that there's a genetic susceptability to bird flu in its current form is interesting, and holds out a seed of hope. If the genetic susceptability exists in only a small percentage of the population, that could help limit the effects of a pandemic.

Of course, that assumes that when the virus mutates it won't change the part of it that keeps some people from catching it.

And this article also illustrates one of the problems we face in fighting bird flu. Local villagers attribute the family's deaths to black magic, not bird flu. They even drank some raw chicken blood to prove their point.

Mmm, if that just occurred, we'll know in about a week whether or not that chicken was infected with H5N1. If so, the "black magic" will possibly infect those who drank the infected blood.

How many people around the world are this ignorant? Unfortunately, it's probably many hundreds of millions.

Asian bird flu symptoms traced to vegetable seller

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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

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The most famous international relief agency of all, Red Cross Red Crescent is gearing up to fight bird flu by educating poor people around the world. They're looking ahead. Many of the countries named where they're planning to go do not have bird flu outbreaks in either people or chickens -- yet.

By mobilising local people at the grassroots it may be possible to step up observation of both sick chickens and people. Also, educating people will help create a social climate where it's not OK to hide sick chickens from the government.

This is encouraging. The fear of spreading bird flu has always been that poor farmers whether in Asia, Africa, the Middle East or Europe (or, if it gets there, in Latin America) will not be willing to endure the short term pain that comes from seeing the chickens they depend on for food, eggs and cash income from being killed to eradicate any possible bird flu.

They have to understand that the long term consequences of letting bird flu destroy their country's poultry industry and infect many of their children are much worse than the short term problems of fighting bird flu.

And that's not easy when many of these farmers don't have good educations, are very poor, very sick with other illnesses, very hungry, and are used to seeing sick chickens die for mysterious reasons.

The Red Cross Red Crescent may have credibility in some areas that the local government officials do not have.

Asian bird flu symptoms to be fought by Red Cross Red Crescent

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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

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Here is the best free resource I've found on how to protect yourself and your family from the Asian bird flu symptoms. This sums up all the free information you can find on the Internet, without paying for it and without doing the extensive digging yourself.

Clint Fountain is a good guy trying to saving people's lives from the bird flu pandemic, and he's given me permission to give this away to readers of this Asian bird flu symptoms blog.

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Asian bird flu symptoms avoided in U.S.

Here's a story of how carefully chicken growers in the U.S. are guarding their chickens from bird flu. Since the chickens are cooped up in factory farm setting with no exposure to wild fowl, their greatest risk is from the human beings tending them.

Therefore, everybody is carefully screened and sanitized. The reporter's description reads almost like she was entering Bio Level 4 laboratory. They did everything except make her take a shower and then don a "blue suit" or the spacesuit-looking suits that guard people against lethal microorganisms.

Asian bird flu symptoms not found in U.S. chickens due to extreme precautions

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Tuesday, May 09, 2006

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Here's an interesting quote from Plague Time : The New Germ Theory of Disease by Paul Ewald:

"Put bluntly, medicine's successes at vaccination and antibiotic treatment are trivial accomplishments relative to natural selection's success at generating the immune system."

And:

"We will probably obtain much better disease control of infectious disease control by figuring out how to further tweak the immune system and capitalize on its vastly superior abilities than by relying on some human invention such as new antimicrobials (antibiotics, antivirals, or antiprotozoal agents).

Given that we cannot even create a vaccine specifically for pandemic bird flu until we find a contagious form of the virus, and even then it'll be at least 6 months before enough doses of the vaccine can be produced to innoculate most Americans.

Given that influenza vaccines are grown in eggs, which may be in short supply if we must slaughter huge numbers of chickens.

Given that Tamiflu and Relenza may not work as well as everybody is hoping.

Given that the U.S. government hopes to have enough Tamiflu and Relenza stockpiled to treat 25% of Americans -- by the end of 2008.

I think it's clear that the bird flu pandemic will come and go before these medical high-tech magic bullets will available in large numbers.

I'm not counting on them. I don't think I even want to Tamiflu or Relenza, since I've seen the long list of side effects. I'd be hesitant to take a hastily developed vaccine.

And if I catch bird flu and become severely ill enough to be scared enough to do anything, it'll be too late!

All in all, I think people should prepare by storing food and water and also by building up their immune systems, and also stockpiling immune system boosters such as Vitamin C.

Another quote from Dr. Ewald: "I am confident that we have only begun to capitalize on the immune system . . ."

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This Asian Bird Flu Symptoms is dedicated to defeating the worst infectious disease threat to humanity since the 1918 "Spanish" flu. Asian bird flu has already devasted the poultry industry across several continents, bankrupting poor farmers and chicken sellers. I do not want it to kill millions of people.

 

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