Re-Calculating Funds for the Swine Flu
Doctors affiliated with the World Health Organization are warning people all over the world about the potential severity of this unknown strain of the influenza virus.
Unbeknowest to most health professionals, this virus has the potential to strike a person's lungs. As it hits a persons lungs, it may already be too late to receive any preferable treatment that is recommended. Even otherwise healthy people are at an even higher risk for contracting the virus, because of lack of immunity built in their cells.
The World Health Organization claims that some countries have upwards of 15% of their infected patients are requiring extensive, not to mention expensive hospital care. These expensive health services are putting a huge burden on hospitals, and many fear the detriment felt by this outbreak could take years to overcome.