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Global influenza resistance to medications

Anti-influenza drugs were introduced in the 1990ís, but have now developed resistance in 12% of cases of influenza A, particularly in Asian countries. This throws into doubt the effectiveness of preventive and treatable medications designed to reduce the impact of influenza outbreaks.

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About: Global influenza resistance to medications

Date: 21 September 2005



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  • Risk and medications
  • Risk and anti-influenza drugs
  • Risk and anti-influenza agents
  • Risk and anti-influenza medications
  • Risk and flu pandemic
  • Risk and influenza pandemic
  • Risk and flu epidemic
  • Risk and influenza epidemic
  • Risk and influenza outbreak
  • Risk and flu outbreak
  • Medication
  • Medication and influenza
  • Medication and influenza A
  • Medication and anti-virals
  • Medication and anti-influenza
  • Medication and anti-flu

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