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?¤For the moment it's still too soon to make any comments on Gibbs' claims.?¤Researcher Gibbs said A/H1N1 flu virus may have been created by human error.?¤WHO latest figures: A/H1N1 virus has spread to 33 countries infecting 5 columbia skijacken,728 people. GENEVA, May 13 (Xinhua) -- For the moment it's still too soon to make any comments on claims made by an Australian researcher that the A/H1N1 flu virus may have been created by human error, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday. "We have asked scientists in our collaborating centers spyder skijacke, and in animal health Tiffany juwelier, specialists also christian louboutin kaufen, to look into this and see whatever evidence there is one way or the other," WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl told a news briefing in Geneva. But for the moment "it is very too soon to say anything on these claims Nike Free Schuhe," Hartl said. According to Bloomberg News, Adrian Gibbs, 75, said he intends to publish a report suggesting the new flu virus may have accidentally evolved in eggs scientists use to grow viruses and drug makers use to make vaccines. Gibbs said he came to his conclusion as part of an effort to trace the virus's origins by analyzing its genetic blueprint. According to latest figures issued by the WHO, the A/H1N1 virus has so far spread to 33 countries infecting 5,728 people. WHO recommends use of antivirals for high risk groups GENEVA g-star raw, May 12 (Xinhua) -- Since most A/H1N1 flu patients can recover without antiviral treatment, countries are advised to save their antiviral drugs for those people to whom the virus tends to cause more severe and lethal infections, a World Health Organization (WHO) expert said on Tuesday. "We will recommend to consider the use of antivirals for high risk groups," said Dr. Nikki Shindo Puma schuh, a medical officer of the WHO's influenza program, at a news briefing in Geneva. Full storyWTO urges preparation against possible pandemic as A/H1N1 flu further spreads BEIJING, May 12 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday called on governments to keep their preparedness against a possible pandemic as the A/H1N1 flu has spread to at least 31 countries. The latest confirmed case was found in Cuba on Monday, where a Mexican student studying in Havana has tested positive for the disease Ralph lauren outlet, the Cuban Health Ministry said in a statement. Full storyRoche donates 5.65 mln treatment courses of Tamiflu to WHO GENEVA, May 12 (Xinhua) -- Swiss drug maker Roche said on Tuesday that it was donating 5.65 million treatment courses of its anti-viral drug Tamiflu to the World Health Organization (WHO) to help fight the A/H1N1 flu outbreak. Most of the new donation will be used to replenish stockpiles of the UN agency, which has been dispatching the anti-viral drug to more than 70 developing countries to help them deal with the threat of the new flu virus, the Basel-based company said in a statement. Full storyWHO issues preliminary observations about H1N1 virus GENEVA, May 11 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday issued some preliminary observations about the A/H1N1 flu virus, which has caused dozens of deaths and infected people in some 30 countries. Full storySpecial Report: World Tackles A/H1N1 Flu ??
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