News & Perspective

Sep 25, 2018

Sep 25, 2018

News Scan for Sep 25, 2018

Adjuvanted TB vaccine
Congenital syphilis surge
Undiagnosed Disease Network grows
H5N6 in Vietnamese poultry

Jul 12, 2018

Jul 12, 2018

News Scan for Jul 12, 2018

US drug shortage task force
TB vaccine candidates
Fractional dosing for yellow fever
Influenza B in pigs
Avian flu outbreaks

Feb 24, 2016

Feb 24, 2016

News Scan for Feb 24, 2016

FDA candidate confirmed
H5N1 outbreaks in France
MDR-TB drug partnership

Jul 03, 2014

Jul 03, 2014

News Scan for Jul 03, 2014

New MERS case
Studies on new tick-borne disease
Possible H7N9 precursor
Global TB strategy
Safe water in Syria

Dec 17, 2012

Dec 17, 2012

With more surveillance, flu patterns in Africa begin to emerge

(CIDRAP News) – Increased surveillance in recent years has begun to fill in some of the huge information gaps regarding influenza in Africa, which should eventually make it possible to develop or improve public health interventions, according to a big collection of articles published recently in the Journal of Infectious Diseases (JID).

Jul 12, 2010

Jul 12, 2010

ICEID COVERAGE Experts air H1N1 lessons, other disease challenges

– ATLANTA (CIDRAP News) – The vital role of preparedness, from diagnostic testing to stockpiling of antiviral medications, was one of the most important lessons from assessments of the world's response to the H1N1 influenza pandemic, the World Health Organization's (WHO's) top flu expert told an international infectious diseases conference yesterday.

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