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The Center for Engineering Systems Fundamentals lecture: Reflections on the Current H1N1 Flu

In this Center for Engineering Systems Fundamentals event, John M. Barry brings unsettling news from the frontlines of H1N1 research: this novel influenza virus is very hard to pin down. In spite of international scientific scrutiny, H1N1 continues to baffle and elude, worrying health officials defending against the pandemic, and challenging some ideas about influenza in general.

Says Barry, “A lot of things we thought we knew, the virus demonstrates we knew wrong.”

(From MIT World)

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