WHO Criticized for Withholding Information Regarding Human to Human Transmission of Avian Bird Flu

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This new forum has gained a lot attention since Dr. Niman recently released commentaries warning that human to human transmission has now become more efficient and the WHO’s failure to provide important information is cause for concern.

Avian Flu Talk recently announced the launch of its highly successful H5N1 bird flu discussion forum. The new forum is growing rapidly each day as it is now approaching 400 members in the last 90 days.    

The site recently created a new forum that is dedicated to discussing commentaries issued by leading expert of infectious diseases, Dr. Henry Niman, founder of the website Recombinomics.com. This new forum has gained a lot attention since Dr. Niman recently released commentaries warning that human to human transmission has now become more efficient and the WHO’s failure to provide important information is cause for concern.

“H5N1 is expanding its geographical reach via migratory birds and expanding its host range via acquisition of genetic changes by recombining its genetic information with other flu viruses,” said Dr. Henry Niman of Recombinomics, Inc.    

“The outbreaks in Turkey are expanding into neighboring countries, but this region lacks transparency. The WHO is withholding important information regarding onset dates and relationships between infected people. The data indicate H5N1 transmission to humans is becoming more efficient, and these developments are not being covered well in the popular media,” Dr. Henry Niman said.

Dr. Niman fears that the bird flu virus may soon undergo the final genetic mutation which will result in sustained human to human transmission.

“Some of the genetic changes, which allow H5N1 to grow more efficiently at lower temperatures or bind to human receptors more efficiently, are too detailed for many of the media reports”, said Dr. Niman.    

Since adding Dr. Niman’s commentaries to the Avian Flu Talk forum, the website has truly become a great source for receiving the latest bird flu news. Forums like Avian Flu Talk allow for discussion of ongoing developments, almost in real time, and provide a useful function for educating the public.

To view this very popular new discussion forum, visit http://www.AvianFluTalk.com

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