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Glasgow Girl #KBF Aug 1
Remember this: There were no masks or social distancing when flu hit the UK back in 2018. Why? Because there was no media campaign of hysteria and terror. Are you getting it yet? Please RT.
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Hadenoughofthisshit1988 14m
.... has ordered us to cover our oxygen when we have had the lowest amount of deaths in the last 17 weeks.....who influenced that decision Bojo?..... That has made for an interesting flu season come sept to march. Hayfever march to sept.
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Microbes&Infection Aug 1
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Microbes&Infection Jul 30
Comparative review of respiratory diseases caused by coronaviruses & A viruses. In next few months, during the changing of seasons, clinicians may have to distinguish from other kinds of viral pneumonia.
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Laurie Garrett 7h
The 1918 political fights in America over precautions -- masks, banned gatherings, closing schools and churches -- don't seem so distant & quaint anymore. We are today, with revealing many of the same political frailties.
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JExpMed 3h
Our August cover shows staining for antigenp-specific T cells, EpCAM, Nur77, influenza, and CD11c in the lungs from a mouse during a secondary infection. © Low et al., 2020. Read the article: Read the JEM Issue 8:
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Atanas G. Atanasov Jul 26
A carbohydrate-binding protein from the edible Lablab beans effectively blocks the infections of influenza viruses and SARS-CoV-2 Other social media channels:
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Cheng Boon Ong Aug 2
You can't make this up: "Asian flu spreading in 15 Italian provinces" - The Straits Times, Singapore, Friday, August 30, 1957.
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Microbes&Infection Jul 31
2 glycoproteins on the surface of virus, hemagglutinin & neuraminidase, play a prominent role in the process of influenza virus infection & release. Monoclonal antibodies targeting glycoproteins can effectively prevent the spread of the virus.
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Outbreak Science Aug 2
Updated preprint: Identification of H3N2 NA and PB1-F2 genetic variants and their association with disease symptoms in the 2014-15 influenza season
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Mark K. Chee, Ph.D. Aug 2
In 1918, small towns in were as badly hit as large cities as big cities by the . Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat its mistakes.
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Dr. Thomas Wilckens Aug 2
Dutch Officials’ Continued Reluctance To Embrace To Prevent Spread Of No scientific evidence - same statement And no effect on mortality re earlier
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McHeyzer-Williams Jul 31
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AltaBioscience 14h
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Kevin Lajovic Jul 26
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Flu Near You 8h
Check out the latest report here:
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HPV Roundtable 3h
Keep saving lives this summer by recommending your preteen patients stay on track with their vaccinations – , , & .
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Tnarg Aug 2
In the past, as many as 60,000 succumbed to influenza in the US every year. 2020? Nobody! Not even published statistics on . Now we are told that influenza was pushed out by . My guess? Influenza REPORTED as Covid.... More lies! I've got a bridge...
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Dr. Peter McCandless Aug 1
Wilhelm Claims Created in Lab. When asked what his evidence for his claims was, the Kaiser repeated that it was enormous, but classified for security reasons.
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JWSpry 🇦🇶 Jul 31
Replying to @idestbrian @Havenaar64
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