News & Perspective

Jul 01, 2002

Jul 01, 2002

Pentagon will turn over part of anthrax vaccine supply for civilian use

July 1, 2002 (CIDRAP News) – About half of the nation's supply of anthrax vaccine—previously dedicated almost entirely to military use—will henceforward be set aside for civilian use in the event of another anthrax attack, federal defense and health officials announced Jun 28.

Oct 16, 2008

Oct 16, 2008

Polio vaccination may continue after wild virus fades

(CIDRAP News) – Teams of researchers from several countries today report positive results in the long battle to eradicate polio. At the same time, they acknowledge that the international campaign faces an extraordinary challenge of both biology and economics: While circulation of wild poliovirus may cease, polio vaccination may need to continue for an indefinite period of time.

May 07, 2015

May 07, 2015

News Scan for May 07, 2015

Listeria ice cream findings
H5N6 genetic analysis
Broad benefits of measles vaccine
Polio progress and problems
Drug abuse and hepatitis C

Aug 17, 2015

Aug 17, 2015

Polio Scan for Aug 17, 2015

Polio shot found safe
Global polio still an emergency

Feb 12, 2016

Feb 12, 2016

News Scan for Feb 12, 2016

US flu ramps up
Two Saudi MERS cases
Yellow fever in Angola
DRC monkeypox outbreak
Global vaccine-derived polio
Harmless E coli in cheese

Jul 06, 2018

Jul 06, 2018

News Scan for Jul 06, 2018

Polio in Afghanistan, Somalia
Pregnancy and flu
CDC reports more Cyclospora illnesses
Frozen veggie Listeria outbreak in Europe

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