MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017

Second TB patient in Florida wandered unchecked

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Health officials trying to contain cholera, hepatitis E along Kenya-Somalia border

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WHO pre-qualifies Indian malaria drug

A malaria drug produced by the Indian pharmaceutical company Cipla was recently pre-qualified by the World Health Organization, a critical step towards its expected roll-out across Asia. Read More »

U.K. measles outbreak continues in Sussex

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Lawmakers want to increase oversight of compounding pharmacies

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New York man threatens police officer with TB

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Florida TB testing finds 19 additional cases

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U.S. military tests malaria vaccine

The U.S. Naval Medical Research Center recently signed a contract with GenVec, Inc., a Gaithersburg, Maryland-based biopharmaceutical company, to provide clinical supplies of its malaria vaccine. Read More »

Several dead in Sudan from unknown fever

Multiple Sudanese citizens have died in Central Darfur in the past two days because of an unknown fever. Read More »

CDC targets higher flu vaccination rates

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control is looking to increase the vaccination rates for physicians during the 2012-13 flu season. Read More »

CDC issues new fungal meningitis health alert

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Avian flu outbreak isolated in Mexican egg-laying region

An H7N3 avian influenza outbreak in Mexico has been brought under control because the virus was quickly identified and a successful vaccine was used to halt the disease. Read More »

Calls for greater regulation increase after meningitis scare

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University of The Gambia launches public health masters programs

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Computer simulation shows hospitals' MSRA rates are interconnected

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New model provides real-time pandemic info

Mathematicians have created a new tool that can be used with modern laboratory techniques to help healthcare systems plan a more efficient response to pandemic disease outbreaks. Read More »

Aeras, GSK will test TB vaccine in India and Africa

Aeras, a non-profit biotechnology company, and GlaxoSmithKline will assess an experimental vaccine against tuberculosis in proof of concept tests in India and Africa. Read More »

Dengue fever epidemic declared in Puerto Rico

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Cell phone data predicts malaria infections in Kenya

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Scientists discover new way to stop both influenza A and B infection

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