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Aug 08, 2019

Aug 08, 2019

News Scan for Aug 08, 2019

Measles in the Americas
Neuroinvasive West Nile
Global pandemic preparedness

Apr 26, 2019

Apr 26, 2019

News Scan for Apr 26, 2019

Measles in LA
New polio cases in five countries
Vax platform technologies
H5N1 in humans

Apr 09, 2019

Apr 09, 2019

News Scan for Apr 09, 2019

More Saudi MERS
NYC measles emergency
Next-generation flu vaccine
Polio worker killing

Mar 11, 2019

Mar 11, 2019

News Scan for Mar 11, 2019

MERS in Saudi hot spots
Zika pediatric outcomes
WHO global flu strategy
Zoonotic disease guide
Measles in Europe

Jan 18, 2019

Jan 18, 2019

News Scan for Jan 18, 2019

DRC Ebola spike
Economic risk of epidemics
Funds for smallpox vaccine
New polio cases
Measles in Madagascar
Measles in Washington state

Jun 07, 2018

Jun 07, 2018

News Scan for Jun 07, 2018

Pandemic surveillance
Influenza spread and humidity
Nipah contained
Measles overview in California

Feb 23, 2015

Feb 23, 2015

News Scan for Feb 23, 2015

US measles cases top 150
US health security plan
WHO on safe syringes
Rocky Mountain spotted fever risk

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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