Chinese researchers have confirmed poultry as a source of H7N9 flu among humans but said they have not found any evidence of person-to-person transmission.
China gains recognition for responses to H7N9
China has gained international recognition for its immediate and effective responses to the human infections with H7N9 virus, a side event on Influenza A (H7N9) showed Tuesday.
- China's poultry prices bounce back from H7N9
- China rapid in response to bird flu
- 1 H7N9 case reported in SE China
- Safe to eat poultry products: experts
- 6 more H7N9 bird flu cases reported in China
- Taiwan plans earlier slaughtering ban
- Jiangxi's 1st suspected H7N9 case detected
- Taiwan confirms first human H7N9 infection
- Three more poultry samples test H7N9 positive
Taiwan confirms first human H7N9 infection
- Taiwan health authorities confirmed the island's first human infection of H7N9 avian flu on Wednesday.
H7N9 expert warns human transmission possible
- Although no human-to-human infection of the H7N9 has been detected, a leading medical expert has cautioned that could happen as the virus mutates.