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A Comparison of Clinical and Epidemiological Characteristics of Fatal Human Infections with H5N1 and Human Influenza Viruses in Thailand, 2004–2006

By Vivek Shinde, Wanna Hanshaoworakul, James M. Simmerman, Ubolrat Narueponjirakul, Wiwan Sanasuttipun, Suchada Kaewchana, Darin Areechokechai, Kumnuan Ungchusak and Alicia M. Fry
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