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... are significant for their potential for disease and death in humans and other animals ... subtypes that have been confirmed in humans, in order of the number of known human pandemic deaths that they have caused, include H1N1, which caused the 1918 flu pandemic ("Spanish ... endemic in wild birds, and causing billions of dollars to be spent in flu pandemic preparation and preventiveness H7N7, which has unusual zoonotic potential and killed one person H1N2, which is currently endemic in ...
Famous quotes containing the word human:
“...I didnt consider intellectuals intelligent, I never liked them or their thoughts about life. I defined them as people who care nothing for argument, who are interested only in information; or as people who have a preference for learning things rather than experiencing them. They have opinions but no point of view.... Their talk is the gloomiest type of human discourse I know.... This is a red flag to my nature. Intellectuals, to me have no natures ...”
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