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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

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Human Infection with Avian Influenza Virus, Pakistan, 2007

Mukhtiar Zaman, Saadia Ashraf, Nancy A. Dreyer, and Stephen TooveyComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar, Pakistan (M. Zaman, S. Ashraf); Outcome Sciences, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (N.A. Dreyer); University College and Royal Free Medical School, London, UK (S. Toovey)

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Areas of influenza (H5N1) cases in humans, Pakistan, 2007. Red shading indicates districts that reported suspected human cases of influenza (H5N1). Light brown shading indicates Northwest Frontier Province. Source: World Health Organization (WHO). Districts of avian influenza suspected cases in Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan. WHO map no. WHO-PAK-002 (www.whopak.org/disaster).

Figure 1. Areas of influenza (H5N1) cases in humans, Pakistan, 2007. Red shading indicates districts that reported suspected human cases of influenza (H5N1). Light brown shading indicates Northwest Frontier Province. Source: World Health Organization (WHO). Districts of avian influenza suspected cases in Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan. WHO map no. WHO-PAK-002 (www.whopak.org/disaster).

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