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May 10, 2017

May 10, 2017

News Scan for May 10, 2017

MRSA bacteremia
WHO on Liberia probe
Zika vaccine trial
Senate confirms FDA head
Tularemia in Australia

Jun 20, 2016

Jun 20, 2016

News Scan for Jun 20, 2016

DRC yellow fever
US plague, tularemia cases
Anthrax vaccine
Acute flaccid myelitis

Dec 04, 2015

Dec 04, 2015

News Scan for Dec 04, 2015

US tularemia cases
GBS and chikungunya
Resistance gene in Denmark
More Chipotle E coli
Saudi MERS details

Sep 11, 2015

Sep 11, 2015

News Scan for Sep 11, 2015

US tularemia spike
Cholera in Tanzania

Nov 13, 2014

Nov 13, 2014

News Scan for Nov 13, 2014

Polio-like illness in kids
Two Saudi MERS cases
WPV3 eradication
Tularemia in France
US eye infections

Nov 27, 2013

Nov 27, 2013

News Scan for Nov 27, 2013

Flu vaccine and hospitalizations
Tularemia cases hold steady
Lawmakers seek FSMA rules rewrite
Philippines immunizations

Sep 21, 2004

Sep 21, 2004

Links between human and animal disease surveillance growing

(CIDRAP News) – State Public Health Veterinarian Mira Leslie, DVM, MPH, hopes to greatly expand Washington's disease surveillance network Oct 1 when she speaks at a statewide veterinary meeting.

Aug 11, 2004

Aug 11, 2004

Tularemia cases on Martha's Vineyard puzzle experts

(CIDRAP News) – A medical mystery is baffling infectious disease experts on Martha's Vineyard.

The island off Cape Cod, Mass., has had a string of mysterious tularemia cases. For the fifth summer in a row, people are falling ill with the rare pneumonic form of tularemia, one of the six diseases considered most likely to be spread by terrorists.

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