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Maine trH3N2 Cases Raise Pandemic Concerns
These sequences leave little doubt that the novel trH3N2 human contagion is transmitting in humans. More detail on swine contacts would be useful. However, it is clear that trH3N2 in humans is far more common than indicated by the seven trH3N2 cases.
A recent CDC paper describes fatal unsubtyables in the 2009/2010 season, which may represent additional trH3N2 cases which have not yet been confirmed.