Until recently we have seen very little seasonal flu. We're beginning to see influenza B as have mentioned in the pastCDC: Some 10,000 U.S. deaths from H1N1 flu Dec 10, 2009
We don't know how likely a future wave of H1N1 influenza is this year, but we do know that the more people who are vaccinated, the less likely we'll have more spread in the coming monthsCDC: H1N1 Guillain-Barre syndrome remote Dec 04, 2009
We had a good break with it requiring only a single dose, rather than two doses for everyone age 10 and upCDC: Unsure if third surge of H1N1 to come Dec 01, 2009
We had a bad break with the vaccine because this strain took longer to growCDC: Unsure if third surge of H1N1 to come Dec 01, 2009
We are nowhere near where we thought we'd be by nowCDC: 16 million flu vaccine doses shipped Oct 24, 2009
Thomas Friedensen (1879 – 1931) was an English-born artist, active in Australia.
Friedensen was born at Leeds, England. He studied at the Royal College of Art, South Kensington, and in 1912 had an exhibit in the black and white room at the Royal Academy. Friedensen showed a water-colour and two oils at the 1919, 1920 and 1921 exhibitions. He arrived in Australia in 1921 and was elected an associate of the Royal Art Society of New South Wales in 1922. Friedensen established a reputation as an etcher and is represented in the Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth galleries. Friedensen returned to Europe in 1930 and died at Cannes in the south of France in beginning of June 1931.