TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

WHO urges world to redouble efforts to eradicate polio

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Scientists find bats host malaria parasites and other dangerous pathogens

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Universal test and treat could expedite HIV eradication in South Africa

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UNICEF joins forces with WHO for Syrian immunization campaign

The United Nations Children's Fund announced on Friday that it has joined forces with the World Health Organization and other humanitarian agencies to carry out a large scale immunization campaign in Syria. Read More »

Olympiacos FC partners with UNICEF to immunize children

Olympiacos FC, the biggest title-winning soccer club in Greece, recently joined with UNICEF to raise funds and increase awareness for UNICEF's 100% Campaign, which is meant to reach unvaccinated children. Read More »

Scientists create artificial protein to mimic part of HIV outer coat

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Researchers working toward breakthrough TB treatment

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IAVI affirms NIAID statements on importance, challenge of AIDS vaccine

The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative released a statement on Friday in response to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases studies that said the end of the AIDS pandemic will come with time and dedicated work. Read More »

WHO and Turkey work to vaccinate Syrian refugees

Turkey is working with the World Health Organization as part of a cross-regional response to a suspected polio outbreak in Syria, WHO Europe announced on Thursday. Read More »

Drug-resistant malaria in GMS could undo progress toward disease control

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Treatment for chronic hepatitis C earns FDA advisory committee approval

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MSF recommends GAVI Alliance make vaccines cheaper, more accessible

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières released a statement on Monday suggesting improvements to the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations to make immunizations more accessible and sustainable in developing nations. Read More »

RNA signatures could be used for TB diagnostic test

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Evolution may favor flu mutations that increase mammalian transmissibility

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Louisiana records 4th West Nile virus death this year

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NIAID discovers new disease and finds rapamycin a potential treatment

A recent study, published in Monday's online issue of Nature Immunology, discovered a new Primary Immune Deficiency Disease called PASLI disease and a potential treatment for the new disease. Read More »

Researchers find deadly gaps in drug development for neglected diseases

There is a persistent deficiency in the development of new therapeutics for neglected diseases, according to a study recently published in The Lancet Global Health. Read More »

C. diff risk may be increased by obesity

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Universal MDR-TB diagnosis, treatment sought in India by 2017

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New DNA test shows promise for enhanced TBM diagnosis

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