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Brian Hosie, manager of SAC Consulting Veterinary Services which is part of the rural college, said: "Any farmers who encounter foetal abnormalities, stillbirths or newborns showing signs of nervous disease should contact their vet or local SAC Consulting: Veterinary Services Disease Surveillance Centre.
Dr Roland Salmon, the director of Public Health Wales' communicable disease surveillance centre, said the development of a mutant, vaccine-resistant strain of bird flu should not cause alarm.
Dr Roland Salmon, director of Public Health Wales' communicable disease surveillance centre, said: "There's no reasonwhyparents should not send their children back to school as normal.
Bernadette Purcell of the Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre South West, Gloucester, England, and her colleagues (BMJ 328:1339, 2004).
Already this year four cases of the disease have been logged by Dublin National Disease Surveillance Centre.
We have seen how many countries were preparing for terrorism and bioterrorism and we wish to point out that Mother Nature is the biggest bioterrorism of all," said participant Dr Angus Nicoll, director of England & Wales' Public Health Laboratory Service's communicable disease surveillance centre.
Last night the makers took steps to secure emergency supplies for Ireland, as the National Disease Surveillance Centre issued a fresh plea to parents to get their children vaccinated, as the bug can kill one in every thousand.
A spokesman for the Health Protection Agency in Newcastle said: "As this is a national outbreak, further investigations are being co-ordinated by the Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre in London.