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Rezafungin Continues to Put Up Positive Results in Phase 1 & 2 Clinical Trials
Positive safety and efficacy results have been seen across 2 different dosing regimens as well as for any effects on QT prolongation.
Procalcitonin-Guided Antibiotic Cessation Reduces Mortality in Critically Ill Patients
Research presented at the 47th Critical Care Congress reveals that PCT-guided antibiotic cessation in critically ill patients resulted in reduced mortality.
Federal Government of Nigeria Ensures Free Treatment for Those Affected In Lassa Fever Outbreak
As an outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria continues to spread, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations is working with Themis Bioscience to develop a vaccine to protect against the virus.
Dolutegravir with Darunavir/Cobicistat Safe to Prescribe in Treatment of HIV, Study Suggests
A new study suggests that an antiretroviral combination of dolutegravir with darunavir/cobicistat can be prescribed safely in the treatment of HIV-1.
Controversial AIDS Expert Robert Redfield Named New CDC Director
AIDS researcher Robert Redfield, MD, has officially been named the new director of the CDC.
CDC's Uganda-Based Viral Surveillance Program Significantly Reduces Disease Detection Time
The program can detect viral hemorrhagic fevers about 12 days faster than previous efforts.
<i>Salmonella</i> Outbreak Linked to Dried Coconut Infects Individuals In 8 States
The CDC has announced that they are investigating yet another multistate outbreak of Salmonella, this time, linked to dried coconut product.
As Flu Season Winds Down, New Study Highlights Inflight Transmission Risks
The National Center for Health Statistics has released new data on flu vaccination rates in the United States, as 1 new study shows which airline passengers may be at greatest risk of catching the flu inflight.
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