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Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: Four stochastic realizations of the global spread of pandemic influenza and antiviral resistance for the scenario in Figure 3D. For graphical clarity, Hawaii and Wellington are not shown. The city markers would overlap significantly if the entire world map were shown. Date May 2009 Source Video S4 from Wu J, Leung G, Lipsitch M, Cooper B, Riley S (2009). "Hedging against Antiviral Resistance during the Next Influenza Pandemic Using Small Stockpiles of an Alternative Chemotherapy". PLOS Medicine. DOI:10.1371/journal.pmed.1000085. PMID 19440354. PMC: 2680070. Author Wu J, Leung G, Lipsitch M, Cooper B, Riley S Permission
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