News & Perspective

Jan 16, 2018

Jan 16, 2018

News Scan for Jan 16, 2018

Suspected Rift Valley fever
Avian flu in 5 nations
Dengvaxia reimbursement
Kids pneumonia criteria
Measles scare

Sep 21, 2016

Sep 21, 2016

News Scan for Sep 21, 2016

Saudi MERS case
HPV vaccine herd immunity
Hong Kong measles-free
Pneumococcal vaccine cost

May 31, 2016

May 31, 2016

News Scan for May 31, 2016

Costs vs benefits of new antibiotics
More chikungunya
Arizona measles outbreak
Gender and pneumococcal disease
Lassa fever in Nigeria

Jan 20, 2015

Jan 20, 2015

News Scan for Jan 20, 2015

More chikungunya cases
2 Saudi MERS cases
'Disneyland' measles strikes again
Cheaper vaccines urged

Jul 08, 2014

Jul 08, 2014

News Scan for Jul 08, 2014

50 more Ebola cases
H7N9 case in China
Mongolia measles-free
Fungal foodborne pathogen
Pneumococcal vaccine in kids
Polio vaccine ban in Afghanistan

Jan 13, 2012

Jan 13, 2012

Researchers air new theories about 1918 flu mortality

(CIDRAP News) – Experts who have studied the 1918 pandemic have long puzzled over why the mortality rate in young adults was so high, a feature that might be explained by pathologic immune responses related to previous flu exposure, according to a new theory from a research team.

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