We wanted to know why the virus hasn't been able to jump from human to human easily," professor Wendy Barclay, co-author of the study from the Division of Investigative Science at Imperial College London, said.
What does H2H stand for?
H2H stands for Human to Human (transmission of disease)
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We have 9 other meanings of H2H in our Acronym Attic
- Heart to Heart
- Helmet2Helmet (NFL forum)
- Here to help
- Hero to Hero (troop morale campaign)
- Heroes to Hired (military civilian job transition)
- Highway to Hell
- Him to Her
- Host to Host
- House 2 Home (various organizations)
- Human to Human (information technology, business process management)
- Hummer 2 Hydrogen (GM experimental hydrogen fuel cell-powered SUV)
- Hackers 2 Hackers Conference
- Hope to Hear from You Soon (chat)
- Hell If I Know (Defying Gravity; TV)
- Hope 2000 (hacker convention)
- Dihydrogen Monoxide (water)
- Halloween: 20 Years Later (movie)
- Hard 2 Obtain (hip hop)
- Heaven 2 Others (teen center)
- Helping to Overcome (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Alert level four means the virus is showing an ability to pass from human to human and is able to cause community-level outbreaks.
We have presented statistical evidence that the strain of HPAI (H5N1) that caused the family cluster of human cases in northern Sumatra was spread from human to human and that the household SAR was 29%.
Against that grim backdrop comes an ABC teleflick, ``Fatal Conflict: Bird Flu in America,'' which offers pretty much a worst-case scenario should the virus figure out how to jump from human to human.
Although the H5N1 avian flu is already a serious problem in Asia, it will not become a major threat to human health worldwide until and unless the virus mutates into a strain that is both highly virulent and highly communicable from human to human.
So far, there has been no sustained transmission from human to human.
In the areas of Africa and Latin America nearest the equator, blackflies that breed in river water carry a parasite called Onchocerca volvulus from human to human.
confirms reports that the bird flu virus has spread from human to human.