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1. They feared a new cholera pandemic.
2. The intelligence estimate portrays the pandemic as the bad side of globalisation.
3. What action can a country take against a pandemic?
4. Dr. DeLay cautioned countries to maintain against resurgent pandemic.
5. All countries should immediately activate their pandemic preparedness plans.
6. H2 viruses may also pose a pandemic threat.
7. After the balky start, however, the WHO's pandemic response system is running well.
8. Influenza, in its zoonotic, seasonal epidemic and pandemic forms, remains a substantial global public health threat.
9. At the moment, the world's pandemic - alert system is distressingly secretive.
10. But a flu pandemic, in the words of one financial regulator, would be more like a neutron bomb: "The buildings would be left standing with no one left in them."
11. That's how many past pandemic viruses, including 2009 H1N1, were created, leading to new strains to which humans have no natural immunity.
12. Close to 1000 pandemic H1N1 viruses have been evaluated by the laboratories in the Global Influenza Surveillance Network for antiviral drug resistance.
13. In some parts of the world malaria is still pandemic.
14. Nobody guessed that such a rare disease would become a pandemic.
15. The greying of nations is presented as an inescapable world wide pandemic from which there is no escape.
16. And history teachers could set their pupils researching the influenza pandemic of 1918, a grim but fascinating topic.
17. Jasper and I stopped playing in 1982, before the pandemic was well along, before the virus had been isolated.
18. It has backfired because those worst hit by the pandemic, black people, are paying the price.
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19. Not the real thing, of course, but rather a pandemic of stories about anarchists and conspiracies and such.
20. Clearly it was just an accident of history, a fluke, a momentary incursion of an otherwise universal pandemic.
21. One final, explosive question remains: Why did a virus that was once so rare suddenly burst into a global pandemic?
22. Purchasing reusable respirators also may reduce or eliminate the impact of potential shortages of filtering facepiece respirators and may be more cost effective over the duration of the pandemic.
23. However, limited transmission under such restricted circumstances does not indicate that the virus has gained the level of transmissibility among humans necessary to cause a pandemic.
24. The W.H.O. has an influenza warning system in which phase six means that a pandemic is taking place.
25. In 2007, HHS awarded Sanofi a $77.4 million contract to retrofit that site for preparedness for a flu pandemic.
26. It triggered an immune response in half of those given two 90-microgram doses, suggesting that they would be protected from severe disease if H5N1 sparked a pandemic.
27. The antiviral drug Tamiflu may sae many lies if the world faces an influenza pandemic.
28. New York's governor has declared a state of emergency and hospitals are following the state's pandemic ventilator allocation plan — actual guidelines drafted in 2007 that are now being revisited.
29. AIDS will surpass the Black Death as the world's worst pandemic.
30. A leading epidemiologist has called on the WHO to clarify its definition of an influenza pandemic — otherwise too many flu viruses could qualify as pandemic strains, causing undue alarm.
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