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H1N1 influenza confirmed in Iowa cat

November 4, 2009

The first documented case of H1N1 flu in a cat was confirmed Nov. 4.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Talking to clients: Can my pet get H1N1?

November 1, 2009

Answer clients' biggest flu question with confidence.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

H1N1 found in Minnesota pigs, Oregon ferret

October 21, 2009

National Report -- Tests confirm that pigs at the recent Minnesota State Fair were infected with H1N1 influenza virus. They are the first swine in the country to be found with the 2009 pandemic virus.

Source: FIRSTLINE

6 ways to ward off H1N1 at work

October 20, 2009

Take these steps to protect yourself against the flu.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

UC-Davis researchers uncover key to senior resistance to H1N1

October 14, 2009

Davis, Calif. -- Researchers at the University of California-Davis College of Veterinary Medicine studying data from previous avian influenza epidemics say seniors are more resistant to the new H1N1 virus, and they know why.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Fear over H1N1 detection brings down swine disease samples

September 25, 2009

National Report -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture, concerned about a perceived drop in swine disease samples from pork producers, is urging veterinarians to continue monitoring herds for a variety of diseases, including the H1N1 influenza virus.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Human H1N1 vaccines are on their way

September 17, 2009

Veterinarians may want to get in line early to receive the H1N1 vaccines recently approved by FDA.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Speed in swine H1N1 vaccine creation

September 11, 2009

Assuming H1N1 will be found in swine herds by fall, USDA is working to speed production of a vaccine for pigs.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Veterinary, human-medicine researchers working on H1N1 diagnostic tools

August 20, 2009

Manhattan, Kan. -- Two Kansas State professors and one from Iowa State University are collaborating with a scientist at the New York State Department of Health (NYDH) on diagnostic and intervention tools for the H1N1 virus.

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