New Mexico reports first measles case of 2012

The New Mexico Department of Health has reported the first state measles case since early 2011 in a nine-year-old girl who was not vaccinated against the infectious disease. Read More »

Irish researchers develop rapid TB test

A team of researchers at the National University of Ireland - Galway has developed a new tuberculosis test that can identify which bacteria are causing the infectious disease. Read More »

Concentration of flu virus could impact patient immunity

A new study by Canadian scientists revealed that the number of viruses initially involved in an influenza infection may affect the course of the illness. Read More »

Dengue vaccine cost may be lower

Concerns over the cost of producing a tetravalent dengue vaccine were lessened by new research showing that with an annual production rate of 60 million doses, each dose could be purchased for as little as 20 cents. Read More »