News & Perspective

Oct 30, 2017

Oct 30, 2017

News Scan for Oct 30, 2017

Kenya Marburg tracing
Madagascar plague
Yellow fever in South America
Oral flu vaccine trial
Antibiotics in nursing homes

Aug 15, 2017

Aug 15, 2017

News Scan for Aug 15, 2017

Saudi MERS case
H7N9 in China
Recurrent C diff treatment
Oropouche fever in Brazil
Hendra virus threat
Plant-based polio vaccine

Aug 04, 2017

Aug 04, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Aug 04, 2017

Molecular diagnostics for TB
Australian drug stewardship report
Diagnostic stewardship
Animal antibiotics in Denmark
Key role for vaccines
Stewardship in US hospitals
Resistant E coli
Death and MDR-TB

Feb 17, 2017

Feb 17, 2017

News Scan for Feb 17, 2017

Zika birth defects
More yellow fever
Limiting dengue
Malaria in the Americas
H5N8 outbreaks

Aug 10, 2015

Aug 10, 2015

News Scan for Aug 10, 2015

Cyclospora in Canada
Global flu update
Flu vaccine and race

Sep 03, 2013

Sep 03, 2013

News Scan for Sep 03, 2013

MERS patients' recovery
H7N7 case in Italy
AAP flu vaccine recommendation
Low global flu activity

Apr 02, 2010

Apr 02, 2010

WHO says H1N1 still active in parts of tropics

(CIDRAP News) – The World Health Organization (WHO) yesterday reported moderately active pandemic influenza activity in parts of the tropical regions of Asia, the Americas, and Africa, as well as influenza B activity in much of East Asia.

May 18, 2009

May 18, 2009

H1N1 FLU BREAKING NEWS: Surge in Japan, case counts, latest US death, trends in young, virus-like particles show promise

Japan reports spike in novel H1N1 casesHealth officials voiced concern over a surge in novel H1N1 influenza cases in Japan, particularly among young people, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported today. Case numbers rose from 4 to 129 over the weekend, leading to more than 2,000 school closures. Many of the new cases are reported from Kobe and Osaka, where officials believe the virus spread during a high school volleyball tournament.

Jun 06, 2006

Jun 06, 2006

WHO confirms Indonesian H5N1 case; nurses test negative

(CIDRAP News) – The World Health Organization (WHO) today confirmed that a 15-year-old Indonesian boy who died May 30 had H5N1 avian influenza, but the agency said four nurses who had suspicious symptoms after caring for avian flu patients were not infected.

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