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Migration routes hold key to bird flu spread, global study finds

(University of Edinburgh) Monitoring the migration routes of wild birds could help to provide early warning of potential bird flu outbreaks, experts say. The recommendation follows new research involving the University of Edinburgh that shows migrating birds can help to spread deadly strains of avian flu around the world.
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Migration routes hold key to bird flu spread, global study finds

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Monitoring the migration routes of wild birds could help to provide early warning of potential bird flu outbreaks, experts say.

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