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Apr 21, 2009

Apr 21, 2009

States sound alarms over measles cases

(CIDRAP News) – Health officials in the Washington, DC, area today said they were working to identify people who may have been exposed to a patient with measles, as officials in other states, including Virginia, Iowa, and Pennsylvania, were responding to three other recent measles exposures.

Mar 19, 2009

Mar 19, 2009

Signs of drug resistance found in African H5N1 viruses

(CIDRAP News) – Scientists who analyzed 67 H5N1 avian influenza viruses from across Africa report that the viruses fall into three distinct sublineages, or families, and that some have mutations that make them resistant to antiviral drugs.

Jan 15, 2009

Jan 15, 2009

Kellogg pulls peanut butter crackers as Salmonella probe widens

(CIDRAP News) – The Kellogg Company yesterday pulled its peanut butter crackers from store shelves as public health officials investigate whether any peanut butter–containing food products are associated with a national Salmonella outbreak that now includes 448 cases in 43 states and may have played a role in five deaths.

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