Warnings of bird flu reach U.S.

01/28/2004 | MSNBC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning U.S. citizens about bird flu. Though no cases have been documented in the U.S. so far, the CDC says doctors and patients should remain cautious about a possible connection between flu-like symptoms and travel to areas in Asia where the outbreak has occurred. The flu is "not uncommon among chickens and other fowl," experts said.

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