Study suggests that swine flu may have been more widespread than originally reported

A recent study shows that the swine flu that spread during the winter of 2009 to 2010 was much more widespread than previously expected. Research conducted by the University of Edinburgh shows that many cases went unreported.

Almost half of all adults in the study who tested positive for H1N1 after the 2010 flu season had contracted the virus, while some had developed an immunity. Numbers increased in more deprived areas. The research was published in a spring 2011 issue of PLoS ONE.

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