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Definition of Influenza

Influenza

  1. An epidemic affection characterized by acute nasal catarrh, or by inflammation of the throat or the bronchi, and usually accompanied by fever.

Influenza Quotations

It is perfectly obvious that no one nor any single country can save the world from the horrors of tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes and winged influenza.
Richard Reeves

The unique nature about the influenza virus is its great potential for changes, for mutation.
Margaret Chan

Influenza pandemics must be taken seriously, precisely because of their capacity to spread rapidly to every country in the world.
Margaret Chan

Pandemics do not occur randomly. From malaria and influenza to AIDS and SARS, the lethal microbes have come, in the first instance, from animals, especially wild animals. And we increasingly know which parts of the world pose the greatest risk for future incursions.
Nathan Wolfe

We know there are certain types of viruses that are nasty - influenza, for instance, is an area that is not a blindside. But a lot of viruses have come out of nowhere, like H.I.V., or to a certain extent SARS. Because we know we have the potential to be blindsided, we really have to investigate the unknowns.
Nathan Wolfe
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Influenza Translations

influenza in Afrikaans is griep
influenza in Dutch is influenza, griep
influenza in French is grippe
influenza in German is Grippe
influenza in Italian is influenza
influenza in Norwegian is influensa
influenza in Portuguese is gripe
influenza in Spanish is gripe
influenza in Swedish is influensa
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