It’s apparent that we get very few updates regarding patient conditions as well as new suspected cases
(PRWEB) February 3, 2006
Avian Flu Talk recently created a very popular H5N1 bird flu discussion forum that is in the midst of capturing the world’s attention as people from all walks of life continue to join this new forum. It has already logged in approximately 350 members in only 90 days since its inception.
One topic on this new forum that has raised a lot of attention is with regard to the members criticizing The World Health Organization for its alleged unwillingness to provide updates to situations regarding current outbreaks.
“It’s apparent that we get very few updates regarding patient conditions as well as new suspected cases,” said Ryan Evans, founder of the forum. “The lack of current information that is being provided by the WHO seems to add to the overall tension of the situation among our forum members,” he said. Evans fears that because the H5N1 super virus has an incubation period that ranges between 3 – 17 days, the virus may have a chance to mutate and spread around the world before the public realizes that it has changed into a form that can now be easily spread among humans. “Any delays by the WHO in providing current updates to the situation will only add to the tension on our discussion forum,” Evans said.
Avian Flu Talk also recently announced the launch of its new forum on the site that is specifically designed to provide educational preparedness for the impending superflu pandemic. “The site has become a community of people who are collectively working to together to achieve goals in the fight against the pandemic threat,” Evans said. It is very unique to see a forum in which the members truly care about one another and who are working side by side to discuss ways to best prepare for a bird flu pandemic.”
The Avian Flu Talk forum is clearly emerging as a leader among worldwide groups who are expressing a need for pandemic preparedness. Whether you are seeking current information regarding the avian bird flu , or if you are seeking moral support and you would like to discuss your concerns about this situation, this new forum appears to be the place to visit.
For those who are interested in visiting this exciting new forum, go to: http://www.AvianFluTalk.com.
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