News & Perspective

Jan 16, 2018

Jan 16, 2018

News Scan for Jan 16, 2018

Suspected Rift Valley fever
Avian flu in 5 nations
Dengvaxia reimbursement
Kids pneumonia criteria
Measles scare

Oct 26, 2017

Oct 26, 2017

News Scan for Oct 26, 2017

H7N9 mutations
Flu vaccine effectiveness in Australia
Measles in Somalia, globally
Flood-linked leptospirosis

Apr 15, 2015

Apr 15, 2015

News Scan for Apr 15, 2015

Proposed DURC approach
Aerosol measles vaccine
Resistant foodborne microbes
H7N9 in China

Jul 21, 2008

Jul 21, 2008

More efforts look outside the box for outbreak signals

(CIDRAP News) – In the history of infectious diseases, coincidence plays an extraordinary role. In 1706, Cotton Mather purchased a slave named Onesimus who happened to come from a tribe that practiced variolation, and so smallpox prevention was introduced to North America.

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