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Apr 13, 2005

Apr 13, 2005

Pandemic flu virus from 1957 mistakenly sent to labs

(CIDRAP News) – The revelation that samples of the influenza virus that caused the flu pandemic of 1957-58 were inadvertently sent to thousands of laboratories has raised fears of a new pandemic and triggered an urgent effort to destroy the samples.

Jan 09, 2015

Jan 09, 2015

News Scan for Jan 09, 2015

Meningococcal vaccine for infants
Dengue vaccine
2 Saudi MERS cases
H5N2 outbreak in Taiwan
Listeria-linked apple recall

Mar 23, 2015

Mar 23, 2015

News Scan for Mar 23, 2015

Three MERS cases
Chikungunya uptick
H5N1 cases in China, Egypt
More US measles
Climate change and vectors

Jun 10, 2015

Jun 10, 2015

News Scan for Jun 10, 2015

Mideast MERS cases
More H7N9 in China
Effect of rotavirus vaccine
Acid suppression and C diff
Vaccine exemptions
Zika virus alert

Aug 03, 2015

Aug 03, 2015

News Scan for Aug 03, 2015

MERS in Saudi Arabia
More chikungunya cases
CDC infectious disease funding
Salmonella from live poultry

Jan 13, 2016

Jan 13, 2016

News Scan for Jan 13, 2016

Another Saudi MERS case
Brazil microcephaly update
NIH antibiotic funds

Mar 25, 2016

Mar 25, 2016

News Scan for Mar 25, 2016

More Elizabethkingia
Norovirus in kids
2 Saudi MERS cases

Apr 05, 2016

Apr 05, 2016

News Scan for Apr 05, 2016

Yellow fever in Angola
Finalized food transport rule
Ebola persistence in semen
Saudi MERS case
More chikungunya

May 19, 2016

May 19, 2016

News Scan for May 19, 2016

MERS spread, control
Severe chikungunya
Hemorrhagic fever outbreaks
Southern Hemisphere flu rise
Tetanus milestone in SE Asia

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