News & Perspective

Dec 20, 2018

Dec 20, 2018

News Scan for Dec 20, 2018

MERS in Saudi Arabia
Tainted stem-cell injections
Nigeria yellow fever vaccination
Sharing pathogen data in outbreaks
H5 avian flu in India, Bulgaria

Sep 19, 2014

Sep 19, 2014

News Scan for Sep 19, 2014

Review finds more Saudi MERS cases
Food safety rules
Tainted vaccine in Syria
Premature-death targets
Business and flu

Jul 14, 2014

Jul 14, 2014

News Scan for Jul 14, 2014

CDC handling of anthrax agent
More West Africa Ebola
Moral debt for Haiti cholera
Tattoo product recall

Jun 17, 2014

Jun 17, 2014

News Scan for Jun 17, 2014

Meningococcal B vaccine filings
First PEDv vaccine

Aug 15, 2013

Aug 15, 2013

News Scan for Aug 15, 2013

Israel polio risk
H5N1 emergency in Nepal
FDA's FSMA request denied
Dengue cases in Florida
Compounding pharmacy alert

Nov 04, 2003

Nov 04, 2003

Animal commerce rules tightened to prevent monkeypox

(CIDRAP News) – Federal health officials have tightened restrictions on trafficking in prairie dogs and African rodents to prevent the spread of monkeypox.

An outbreak of human monkeypox in the United States last May and June was traced to a shipment of imported African rodents. The disease apparently spread from the rodents to pet prairie dogs and on to people, leading to 37 confirmed, 12 probable, and 22 suspected human cases.

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