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Antiviral Drug Identified as Effective Ebola Fighter
A research team has found that an antiviral drug available in Russia and a few other countries shows promising results when it comes to fighting Ebola virus disease.
Fault Lines of Human-Animal Interaction May Aid in Predicting Next Infectious Disease Pandemic
In a new study, a pair of Australian virologists argue that we cannot predict virus outbreaks, looking at the “fault lines” of interaction between humans and animals may help us be better prepared.
 
Tackling Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Challenges and Advancements
Although there have been important improvements to existing vaccines, the list of vaccine-preventable diseases has barely changed at all in over two decades.
Two Ebola Vaccines Yield Positive Results in Clinical Trial in Liberia
Both test vaccines produced immune responses by 1 month after vaccination and the immune response lasted for at least 1 year.
Top 5 <em>Contagion</em>® News Articles for the Month of September 2017
News about the Zika virus dominated our top articles for the month of September 2017. Did you read them all?
Dozens of Viruses Can Be Detected in Human Semen
In a new study reviewing existing literature, researchers have found that more than 2 dozen viruses have been detected in human semen.
Long-Term Effects of Ebola Virus Infection Revealed
Despite clearing the virus, researchers find that Ebola survivors can suffer long-term effects of infection.
Where Will the Next Pandemic Threat Come From? Public Health Watch Report
In a recent updated report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Global Disease Detection Operations Center identifies the most recent public health threats, including those that could lead to a pandemic.
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