Introduction to pandemic influenza through history Authors
First Session: Diagnosis Of A Pandemic Situation
Cite this article as: Ghendon, Y. Eur J Epidemiol (1994) 10: 451. doi:10.1007/BF01719673 Abstract
For the past 400 years, epidemics resembling influenza have been recorded in many countries. Epidemics from as early as the 16th Century in England and the 18th Century in the USA are recognizable as influenza, even in the absences of precise knowledge of their causative agents.
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