TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

Measles case confirmed at eastern N.Y. school

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Cholera outbreak eases in Sierra Leone and Guinea

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Dividing public health campaigns into disease types found to be ineffective

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Study shows decrease in malaria deaths with pretreatment

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Canadian man hospitalized with H1N1v

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Records were withheld in Florida TB outbreak

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Global Fund and Coca-Cola partner up to bring medicine to remote regions

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the Coca-Cola Company have teamed up to help the delivery of important medicines to remote parts of the world. Read More »

New Zealand scientists developing oral TB vaccine

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Trudeau and Chinese hospital team up for TB research

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Haiti PM: Outbreak of cholera is under control

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WHO Western Pacific Region closer to eliminating measles

The nations in the World Health Organization's Western Pacific Region are being called on to intensify their efforts to eliminate measles. Read More »

CDC shows disappointing 2011 flu vaccination data

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Gates hopes polio can be wiped out by 2018

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Flu virus begins circulating in Iowa

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Consortium developing handheld malaria detector

British engineers recently announced the launch of an $8.4 million project to develop a portable device capable of detecting the presence of malaria parasites and their mutations in as little as 20 minutes. Read More »

Artemisisin-resistant malaria spreads in SE Asia

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