The 2009 swine flu outbreak is the spread of a new strain of H1N1 influenza virus. The new strain is an apparently mixed collection of several strains of influenza A virus subtype H1N1 including a strain endemic in humans and two strains endemic in pigs, as well as avian influenza.
World Health Organization is describing the outbreak of swine flu as a major concern. The virus appears already to have started to spread around the world and is currently as stage 5 (as of 30 April 2009).
Two Defense Mechanisms Against Swine Flu H1N1
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Forward Defense (Preventive Strategies)
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