For personal use . Mass reproduce only with permission from Mayo Clinic Proceedings . 2009 H 1 N 1 Influenza rEvIEw Seth

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Within 2 months of its discovery last spring, a novel influenza A (H1N1) virus, currently referred to as 2009 H1N1, caused the first influenza pandemic in decades. The virus has caused disproportionate disease among young people with early reports of virulence similar to that of seasonal influenza. This clinical review provides an update encompassing the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sullivan2009ForPU, title={For personal use . Mass reproduce only with permission from Mayo Clinic Proceedings . 2009 H 1 N 1 Influenza rEvIEw Seth}, author={Seth J. Sullivan and Robert Jacobson}, year={2009} }