3 Studies Assess Impact Of Severe Flu In Developing Countries

CIDRAP: Studies spotlight heavy burden of severe flu in developing nations
“Three new studies shed more light on the burden of flu hospitalizations and deaths in developing countries, one a meta-analysis that compared levels of serious illnesses in high- and lower-income countries, and others that looked at severe infections in Rwanda and deaths in Bangladesh. The reports were published in the Dec. 2 early online edition of Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses…” (Schnirring, 12/4).

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