View Full Version : New H1N1 Strain Identified in The Ukraine; Swine Flu.org Urges World Health Organizat

11-17-2009, 09:45 AM
LONG BEACH, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/16/09 -- Swine Flu.org, a community based website and discussion forum, has issued a warning regarding the potential emergence of a new H1N1 strain circulating in The Ukraine after a recent finding by Dr. Victor Bachinsky, M.D. and coroner in the Chernivtsi Region of the Ukraine. "The virus is a Mixture of H1N1 and Parainfluenza," said Dr. Bachinksy, discounting earlier claims that the Ukraine H1N1 outbreak was related to pneumonic plague.

The World Health Organization arrived in The Ukraine on November 2nd to determine if the H1N1 virus had mutated by sequencing the genes. Although the results were due to be announced on November 4th, The World Health Organization has not yet released their findings. "I'm sure the WHO can understand the urgency and importance of releasing this type of information as quickly as possible," said Ryan Evans, owner and founder of Swine Flu.org. "An advanced notice that the virus has mutated is our best chance of dealing with the pandemic this winter," said Evans. "A new and more virulent strain could result in a global disaster as there would be no vaccine available."

Latest reports from The Ukraine indicate that over one million people have been infected by The Ukraine H1N1 in the last three weeks and experts fear that this enormous flu wave could be heading for North America.

For more information regarding this issue, and to see what people are saying about it online, please visit the website and online discussion forum located at www.swineflu.org.

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Swine Flu.org
P.O Box 1294
Stanton, CA 90680