With the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirming cases of swine influenza New York, Ohio, Kansas, Texas and California, doctors and public health officials have much work to do to contain a possible pandemic.
While insurers in many lines of business will have to be vigilant, few will be affected more directly than providers of farm insurance, as the disease tends to occur in people who work in close contact with pigs.
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