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Rewiring Outbreak Preparedness and Response
Taking a page out of U.S. Biodefense practices may be the first step in preparing for future infectious disease outbreaks.
Ebola Virus May Be Transmitted Through Breast Milk
A recent case study adds to a small, but disturbing collection of reports describing the transmission of Ebola virus from mother to child through breastfeeding.
Experimental Ebola Vaccine Administered to Hundreds in Guinea as Outbreak Spreads to Liberia
Recent Ebola-linked deaths in Guinea caused the World Health Organization (WHO) Guinea office to implement a “ring vaccination” strategy in which it administered an experimental Ebola vaccine on 800 of 1000 suspected cases, including 182 suspected at high-risk.
Obama Administration to Use Ebola Funds to Fight Zika
The Obama administration recently announced plans to shift nearly $600 million in funds designated to battle the Ebola epidemic toward the fight against Zika.
Two More Ebola Deaths Confirmed in Guinea
A Guinea child who was previously diagnosed with Ebola has succumbed to death and another Koropara civilian died after traveling to a neighboring village.
Three Dead and Two Diagnosed with Ebola in Guinea
After three unexplained deaths in Koropara, a small village in southern Guinea, WHO diagnosed two individuals with Ebola.
Two Experimental Ebola Vaccines Show Promise in Phase 2 Trial
Two investigational vaccines showed promise to protect against Ebola virus disease, according to data from the phase 2 Partnership for Research on Ebola Vaccines in Liberia (PREVAIL 1) trial.
Malaria Diagnostic Test Safely Determines Infection During Ebola Outbreak
Researchers from the National Institutes of Health found that PCR-based testing is the most effective diagnostic test to assist with case-patient management during Ebola virus outbreaks in malaria-endemic areas.
Influenza A (H3N2) has caused most of the illnesses in this severe flu season, but influenza B is becoming increasingly responsible for more infections as the flu season continues to hit the United States.