This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Contents: (1) Background; (2) Global Prevalence: Transmission Among Birds; (3) Congressional Response; (4) U.S. Executive Branch Response: Dept. of State; USAID; HHS; USDA; DoD; (5) International Response: FAO; The World Organization for Animal Health; WHO; International Health Regulations; The World Bank; (6) Issues for Congress: Patent Protections; Global Data Sharing; Global Disease Surveillance; Global Pandemic Planning; Combating Bird Flu Among Animals in Affected Countries; Cost of Culling; Global Economic Impacts; Global Biosafety; (6) Appendix. Charts and tables.... do with inadequate surveillance and reporting systems than an absence of infection.70 The New York Times reported ... FAO is particularly wary of the virus spreading across Africa, as the surveillance capacities and veterinary services in ... 69 Honorable Bill Frist website, aFirst Addresses National Press Club on Avian Fluanbsp;...
|Title||:||U. S. and International Responses to the Global Spread of Avian Flu|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-01|