Articles matching the ‘influenza’ Category

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April 14th, 2012

Podcast 151: Most people above age 10 have at least some cross-reactive antibodies to variant influenza

Influenza A (H3N2)v — a novel flu virus that emerged last summer and shows signs of being able to transmit itself from person to person — is our topic this week. The virus carries genes from swine and avian flu viruses, and the few cases found in the U.S. all made complete recovery. We talk with […]


July 31st, 2009

Podcast 51: In pregnant women with suspected H1N1, treat promptly! A conversation with Denise Jamieson of the CDC.

It’s simple: pregnant women (for un-simple reasons) are at greater risk for flu complications. It’s true even among hitherto apparently healthy patients. We’ve got a conversation with a CDC researcher who’s just published a paper in Lancet that urges prompt treatment, even in the face of pending lab results, with antivirals. Contact us at 1-617-440-4374. […]


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