Equine influenza outbreak was perpetuated by weather conditions

04/24/2012 | PhysOrg.com

Veterinary researchers found certain weather patterns perpetuated the spread of equine influenza during an outbreak in Australia in 2007 that involved some 70,000 horses and cost more than $350 million. The findings could be extrapolated to understand the spread of influenza viruses that infect humans, researchers say.

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