News & Perspective

Sep 08, 2017

Sep 08, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Sep 08, 2017

ESBL-E in pregnant women
Antimicrobial resistance in Southeast Asia
Precision antimicrobials
Money for antibiotic development
Canada AMR framework
Pharmacist stewardship
CRE treatment

Sep 09, 2016

Sep 09, 2016

ASP News Scan for Sep 09, 2016

Resistance evolution on video
Antibiotic-resistant Salmonella in blood
Prize for drug-resistance tests
Undercount of drug-resistance deaths
AMR genes in household dust
E coli in meat samples
Malaria decline, drug resistance
ESBL E coli on pig farms

Sep 06, 2016

Sep 06, 2016

Antimicrobial Resistance Scan for Sep 06, 2016

E coli in meat samples
Malaria decline, drug resistance
ESBL E coli on pig farms

Nov 11, 2008

Nov 11, 2008

US to give FAO $44 million for avian flu control

(CIDRAP News) – The United States will contribute another $44.4 million to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO's) campaign to prevent and control avian influenza, the FAO announced today.

Jan 24, 2008

Jan 24, 2008

FAO: Spate of H5N1 outbreaks warrants stronger controls

(CIDRAP News) – Outbreaks of H5N1 avian influenza in 15 countries since December 2007 are a potent reminder that the virus is still a global threat, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned today, as officials in Thailand announced they found the disease in poultry again after a 6-month lapse.

Jan 15, 2008

Jan 15, 2008

H5N1 strikes poultry in India again

(CIDRAP News) – A state agriculture minister in India today confirmed that a disease outbreak involving 35,000 recent poultry deaths in West Bengal state was caused by the highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus.

Anisur Rahaman, West Bengal's minister for animal resources, told Reuters, "The outbreak is of the deadly H5N1 strain and it has been confirmed to us in a central government notification today."

Apr 11, 2006

Apr 11, 2006

Avian flu in Myanmar concerns FAO

(CIDRAP News) – Avian influenza is continuing its spread among birds in many countries worldwide, with widespread outbreaks reported in Myanmar.

More than 100 outbreaks have occurred in poultry in Myanmar (formerly Burma) since the presence of H5N1 avian flu was announced there about a month ago, officials from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) told Reuters news service yesterday.

Oct 11, 2005

Oct 11, 2005

Experts cite differences between H5N1 and ordinary flu

(CIDRAP News) – A recent and extensive review of research on H5N1 avian influenza in humans shows the illness differs from ordinary flu in several ways, besides the most obvious fact that it is far more deadly.

The report by a World Health Organization (WHO) committee says avian flu may have a longer incubation period and is more likely to cause diarrhea than typical flu viruses are, among other differences.

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