A bird flu pandemic is inevitableaso we are told. First identified in China, this apparently merciless virus, which originated in chickens, has the potential to mutate and kill thousands, even millions of people. John Farndon offers a compact, one-stop read that tells it straight. The public doesnat want to spend months doing research, and Bird Flu provides readers with all the necessary information. This is something that canat be pushed aside and ignoredaapeople really do need to know if there is anything to fear, and if so, what can they do about it.a#39;Ia#39;ve got the flua#39; must be one of the more common phrases in the English language. Of course, most ... How does the poultry industry work in different parts of the world and how do the great bird migrations spread the virus around the globe?
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