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“H5N1: A Special Report—What Is the Threat and Why Should the
Environmental Health Profession Be Concerned?”
By NEHA Executive Director Nelson Fabian, M.S.
Editor’s note: Because the issues surrounding avian flu are continually changing and are
new to scientific journals, a significant amount of information for this special report was
gleaned from reputable newspapers, online journals, association and government Web
sites, and various presentations.
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