The world is in a frantic stage of how to control the widespread of this AH1N1 flu virus pandemic which already hits more than 20 countries around the world believed it started in Mexico and already identified thousands of cases. More than a dozen of deaths already were already listed where 44 people died of the flu strain in Mexico and two in the U.S.

Until now, no vaccine has been developed to fight this virus since these are not an ordinary virus. According to reports, it is the combination of swine, birds and human flu viruses.

Right now, the main focus after this widespread virus is on developing a vaccine and medicine for protection before this virus will strike other affected countries and to minimize the possibility of death. It is hoped that this virus will be controlled or totally eliminated to prevent rare diseases such as cancers, mesothelioma among others. To date though, even long time known viruses causing AIDS have not been address by vaccines.


  1. CPA Board Exam // May 17, 2009 at 7:20 AM

    A (H1N1) virus is a very serious threat not only to those foreign countries but also to as Filipino's because we cannot stop tourist from coming to our country.As of now all we can do is prevent it from entering our hometown and a prayer also...

  2. beach philippines // June 6, 2009 at 6:37 AM

    how can i prevent h1n1 virus?. .