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Dec 06, 2017

Dec 06, 2017

News Scan for Dec 06, 2017

Boston BSL-4 lab OK'd
Zika infection patterns
Refugee diphtheria outbreak

Oct 25, 2017

Oct 25, 2017

News Scan for Oct 25, 2017

Brazil yellow fever
Marburg in Uganda
NYC Legionnaires' outbreak
Antivirals for H7N9
Hurricane-related alert

Oct 20, 2017

Oct 20, 2017

News Scan for Oct 20, 2017

Marburg virus in Uganda
Polio in Afghanistan and Syria
Salmonella outbreak probe ends
Tdap coverage in pregnancy

Oct 19, 2017

Oct 19, 2017

News Scan for Oct 19, 2017

Plague in Madagascar
Marburg deaths in Uganda
CDC Zika guidance update
Animal agriculture threat report
Gonococcal antimicrobial surveillance

Apr 06, 2017

Apr 06, 2017

News Scan for Apr 06, 2017

Congress Zika letter to Trump
Saudi MERS case
H5N8 avian flu in Austria
Marburg treatment
Resistant bacteria in river water

Mar 30, 2015

Mar 30, 2015

News Scan for Mar 30, 2015

Lack of good filovirus PPE data
Flu vaccine and disease severity
Novel tickborne parasite

Sep 11, 2014

Sep 11, 2014

News Scan for Sep 11, 2014

More Ebola in DRC
EV-D68 cases in 6 states
US HPV vaccine coverage
Anthrax vaccine contract
Marburg in Ugandan mine

Aug 21, 2014

Aug 21, 2014

News Scan for Aug 21, 2014

Controlling MRSA
Marburg virus drug trial
Vaccine-linked polio in Texas
A new animal model for MERS

Dec 13, 2012

Dec 13, 2012

With new rules, few public health labs to handle riskiest agents

(CIDRAP News) – With tougher security requirements set to take effect next April, few state public health laboratories plan to maintain stocks of certain pathogens considered most tempting to bioterrorists, according to the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and officials with state labs.

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