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Did the H1N1 Swine Flu Virus Emanate From a Herd of Rhinoceros?

February 1, 2010
Bill Sardi

With all of the disinformation surrounding this year’s flu season, one might was well have spread a false rumor that the flu virus that sparked the recent worldwide flu pandemic emanated from a herd of rhinoceros’. For it turns out the so-called pandemic swine flu in circulation did not emanate from herds of swine in Mexico, as alleged, as far more Americans were stricken with illness caused by a “common cold” rhinovirus than Type A H1N1 influenza. (Rhinovirus is derived from the Greek word “rhin,” which means nose, not rhinoceros.) Swine herds actually acquired the H1N1 pandemic flu virus from humans!

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