Mapping the H7N9 avian flu outbreaks

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Scientists do not fully understand yet how the H7N9 avian flu virus is spreading in China, or what lies behind the pattern of sporadic human cases. But risk-mapping — of known past factors in the geographical spread of avian flu viruses and human infections — might provide some clues.

View the map here: Mapping the H7N9 avian flu outbreaks

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