Comment on "Seroevidence for H5N1 influenza infections in humans: meta-analysis".

@article{Kerkhove2012CommentO,
  title={Comment on "Seroevidence for H5N1 influenza infections in humans: meta-analysis".},
  author={Maria D. Van Kerkhove and Steven Riley and Marc Lipsitch and Yi Guan and Arnold S. Monto and Robert James Webster and Maria C. Zambon and Angus Nicoll and Joseph Sriyal Malik Peiris and Neil M. Ferguson},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={336 6088},
  pages={1506; author reply 1506}
}
A better understanding of the severity of H5N1 in humans is needed. Wang et al. (Brevia, 23 March 2012, p. 1463; published online 23 February 2012) overinterpret the results of seroprevalence studies and take too little account of underlying uncertainties. Although the true risk of death from H5N1 infection will likely be lower than the 60% of reported laboratory-confirmed cases, there is little evidence of millions of missed infections. 
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