Scientists Blame Swine Flu on Merida Initiative
The recent world-wide pandemic of H1N1 influenza or “swine flu”, which first appeared in Mexico in April 2009, was originally triggered by the withdrawal sickness of millions of drug addicts, a new study finds. The “mass withdrawal event,” which scientists blame for catalysing the evolution of the new pandemic strain, occurred during an escalation of the drug war when the Mexican army briefly severed drug supply routes. The action was part of the ongoing Merida Initiative, a three-year, US-funded project to combat drug production in Mexico.
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