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Pakistan Today

Seasonal influenza claims three more lives in Multan
Pakistan Today
MULTAN: Seasonal influenza in Multan has claimed three more lives with the death toll rising to 27 in over a month, informed the Department of Health Spokesperson Dr Atta-ur-Rehman. The deceased include two women and a man, he added. Earlier, on Friday ...

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Pakistan Today

Influenza claims 35 lives in south Punjab in the past one month
Pakistan Today
MULTAN: Multan Health Department spokesman, on Friday, stated that thirty-five people died of seasonal influenza in the past one month in south Punjab cities including Multan, Rahim Yar Khan and Bahawalpur. In Multan, 106 cases of influenza have been ...
Seasonal influenza in South Punjab claims 35 lives in a monthGeo News, Pakistan
South Punjab: Seasonal Influenza death toll climbs to 35 in a monthDaily Pakistan

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The Express Tribune

Swine flu death toll climbs to 35 in South Punjab
The Express Tribune
He said that eight more H1N1 influenza virus patients were admitted to southern Punjab hospitals and they were shifted to isolation wards. With this addition, the total number of influenza patients has surged to 206 from 198 in just 24 hours on Friday ...


Pakistan Today

PML-N fails to woo Zardari through Fazl
Pakistan Today
In a meeting with party's Punjab leadership, Zardari was disgruntled that the party leaders had failed to bring a max number of party workers to the joint opposition rally. The sources in the PPP said that Zardari told the meeting that the party has ...

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Pakistan Today

Influenza death toll rises to 17 in Pakistan's Multan
Xinhua
ISLAMABAD, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- The death toll of seasonal influenza cases in Pakistan's eastern city of Multan has risen to 17 on Monday, with the death of another female patient who tested positive of influenza virus, an official said. Doctor Atta-ur ...
Seasonal influenza claims one more life in Multan, death toll rises to 17Pakistan Today
Karachi hospital confirms 28 cases of H1N1 seasonal influenzaGeo News, Pakistan

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Geo News, Pakistan

Influenza claims three more lives in Multan, death toll rises to 12
Geo News, Pakistan
MULTAN: Three people including a woman diagnosed with seasonal influenza virus passed away in Multan on Sunday, taking the recent death toll from the disease to 12, according to Punjab Health Department's Spokesman Dr Atta-ur-Rehman. A health ...
CM takes note of influenza spread in MultanThe Nation
Multan: Influenza death toll rises to 10Daily Pakistan
CM takes notice of Influenza in MultanPakistan Observer

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The Nation

2 terrorists killed in Multan: Punjab CTD
The Nation
According to a spokesman of Punjab Counter Terrorism Department (CTD), two terrorists affiliated with an proscribed organization were killed in the retaliation during an intelligence based operation in Jalalpur Peerwala area of district Multan . The ...


35 die of seasonal flu in east Pakistan
Xinhua
ISLAMABAD, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- At least 35 people have been killed after suffering from influenza and seasonal flu in Pakistan's east Punjab Province over the last one month, officials said Friday. The province's Multan, Rahim Yar Khan and Bahawalpur ...
Influenza in MultanThe Nation

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The National

Battling the flu: pills may be harming not helping your body
The National
The same seems to be true with humans. In a pioneering clinical trial on humans published in 2005, Dr Carl Schulman of the University of Miami found that patients given fever-busting drugs were over six times more likely to die than those left to sweat ...

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