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LONDON Zoo has shut down its bird enclosures amid fears they could catch a highly infectious strain of avian flu. The Sun (2016)The drug is known to be effective in the treatment of avian flu. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Outdoor farming increases the risk of avian flu and the challenge to poultry farmers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is no time to panic over avian flu. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is no published research specifically into the effects of supplements on H5N1 avian flu. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It depends on whether you're talking about avian flu or pandemic flu. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Workers on the Norfolk farm at the centre of the avian flu alert have been pronounced clear of all symptoms of the virus. Times, Sunday Times (2006)THE search was on yesterday for other birds in Britain with deadly avian flu. The Sun (2006)The conventional manufacturing process is lengthy and precarious, not least because it relies on fertilised eggs from hens that are themselves at risk from avian flu. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The country's first known case of avian flu in a human being affected a woman who died on Friday. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The virus has infected birds at two turkey farms in Chile, triggering fears it could combine with avian flu. The Sun (2009)
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