Photo: Swine Flu Rates Up to 5 Times Higher for Native Groups



"Uncontacted" Indians are seen in a May 2008 aerial photo taken near Brazil's border with Peru.

Rates of H1N1 infection among indigenous groups overall are four to five times higher than among the general population, native-rights groups said in September 2009.

Photograph by Gleison Miranda, Funai/AP


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