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BLOOD-BORNE DISEASES NEWS - Page 1

Ebola Vaccine Regimen Receives European Commission Marketing Authorization
The European Commission has granted Marketing Authorization for a 2-dose Ebola vaccine regimen.
New DRC Ebola Outbreak Emerging in Equateur Province
As of June 1, there have been at least 6 cases of Ebola detected in Mbandaka, a port city with a population of more than 1.2 million people.
Novel Malaria Vaccine Candidate Triggers Pathogen to Self-Destruct
Investigators detailed a promising new approach to fighting malaria with an antibody that targets a specific malaria protein, triggering the pathogen to self-destruct.
New DRC Ebola Case, Outbreak Still Considered a PHEIC
A new case of Ebola has been confirmed in the city of Beni in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
What the 2018 DRC Ebola Epidemic Taught Us About Outbreak Response and Experimental Countermeasures
How has treating infections changed with the availability of experimental vaccines and therapeutics, and how can we apply this to COVID-19 today? 
Risk for Hepatitis C Virus High Among PWID and Share Needles
How does sharing needles impact the risk for hepatitis C among people who inject drugs?
Is the End in Sight for DRC Ebola Outbreak?
The last confirmed patient with Ebola was discharged from care on March 4, 2020.
USPSTF Recommends HCV Screening in Adults, Adolescents
To assess available evidence and provide an update from the 2013 review, a team of investigators reviewed more than 80 studies featuring data from over 179,000 individuals.