CDC urging 23 to receive rabies vaccine after transplant-related death

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced that it is encouraging 23 people to get the rabies vaccine after four patients were discovered to have received organs from an infected donor. Read More »

New compound shows promise as antimalarial

A new antimalarial developed by Oregon researchers has potential to be considered a breakthrough against the mosquito-borne illness that kills 1.2 million annually. Read More »

Measles outbreak continues in Wales

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Australian study links sunlight exposure to tuberculosis rates

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WHO and Global Fund warn about tuberculosis threat

The World Health Organization and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria recently issued a warning about the growing threat from drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis. Read More »

Arbovax dengue vaccine moves to Phase I clinical trials

The development-stage biotech company Arbovax recently announced it is ready to move to Phase I clinical trials of its novel dengue fever vaccine. Read More »

New models to predict pandemic flu

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Think tank analyzes U.S.-South African HIV/AIDS partnership

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Indian scientists research malaria vaccine

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Chicken pox cases fall in Australia after vaccine introduced

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