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Sep 28, 2018

Sep 28, 2018

News Scan for Sep 28, 2018

Funds for MERS, Lassa, Nipah vaccines
New polio cases

Nov 08, 2017

Nov 08, 2017

News Scan for Nov 08, 2017

H3N2 vaccine strain mutation
Marburg risk
Saudi MERS patterns
TB research funds

Aug 16, 2016

Aug 16, 2016

News Scan for Aug 16, 2016

Malaria may boost Ebola survival
Scallop hepatitis A source
Inhaled vs injectable flu vaccine
Camels and human cold virus
Venezuela malaria spike

Apr 06, 2016

Apr 06, 2016

News Scan for Apr 06, 2016

Guinea Ebola death
Imported yellow fever in China, Kenya
New Saudi MERS case

Oct 19, 2015

Oct 19, 2015
Camel

Saudi Arabia reports 5 MERS cases, notes janitor cluster

Also, a new study found that 47% of Kenyan camels tested had evidence of MERS-CoV antibodies.

Jun 17, 2015

Jun 17, 2015

News Scan for Jun 17, 2015

CDC lab-mishap reporting delay
New Saudi MERS case
Good polio news
Malaria drug candidate

Jul 23, 2009

Jul 23, 2009

WHO offices issue pandemic flu surveillance updates

(CIDRAP News) - The World Health Organization (WHO) recently posted surveillance and status updates for regions where the pandemic H1N1 is just gaining a foothold, including the Mideast, Africa, and parts of Asia and the Pacific, which showed Southeast Asia as the hardest hit of those areas.

Jul 21, 2004

Jul 21, 2004

Scientists worry that Rift Valley fever could reach US

(CIDRAP News) – Rift Valley fever (RVF), a mosquito-borne disease that can kill humans and animals, is starting to grab the attention of American scientists because it could cause devastating outbreaks in the United States.

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