Register for our free newsletter

 
 
Latest News

Swine flu will mutate into deadlier strain, says WHO

The World Health Organization head said the H1N1 virus has not mutated into...

September 22, 2009 7:30 by



The World Health Organization (WHO) head said the H1N1 virus has not mutated into a deadly strain yet, in spite of the growing number of swine flu-related fatalities worldwide. Director-General Margaret Chan also said the virus is showing signs of resistance to the vaccinations available.

She added that the WHO is monitoring the situation carefully.



Tags: , , ,

1 Comment

  1. AP on October 7, 2009 9:08 am

    This is bound to happen if we try to find antibodies in a short term slip shod manner and then circulate vaccines around the world unnecessarily. If not treated naturally by building body resistance rather than pumping anti biotics with limited effectiveness, only worser outcome will follow. It appears WHO is comprised of large pharma company people in the world. And WHO has forgotten the thousands of deaths occuring in third world countries out of malnutrition.

     

Leave a Comment