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Message Subject <<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following MERS and Ebola approaching PANDEMICS>>>
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The continuing conflicting matters surrounding the H3N2v outbreaks this year in the US is again highlighted with further releases of gene sequencing that clearly indicate that there was more than one source of this strain of influenza, which the USDA'a sequencing has repeatedly shown clear evidence of with its sequencing.

Now even the CDC's own sequencing is also revealing this inconsistency.

I know that some readers have more than once not been on the same train with me on this matter and I would like not to be having to report and criticise differing information from highly respected organizations like the CDC and the USDA, but the genetic sequencing that has been made available has told the story beyond challenge, and the information in particular that I have gathered from this one source has continually given me the direction to make the assertions that I have had to make in the interest of transparency.

It has also been clear theat from the writings both here and from this linked site, questions have been asked as there has been comment that directly relates to these issues but quite typically no one in authority will ever give threads from GLP any time of day.

That doesent concern me, just as long as the message is seen and acted on as has been the case here, at least to some extent.

The CDC has released another series of H3N2v sequence from collections from cases in July, August, and early September, 2012, which increased the number of such public sets of sequences to 111.


the final paragraph highlights the above comments.

Thus, MI/23 did not share a common source with MI/19 and MI/20 even though all three sequences are from Michigan cases collected 2 days apart, and all three had an H1N1pdm09 M gene was well as PB1 E618D. The presence of this combination in three Michigan cases involving at least 2 different sources is cause for concern.

Link here...

[link to www.recombinomics.com]
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