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Implants for Delivery of Antiretroviral Drugs for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
Implants are promising for long-term, sustained, and reversible delivery of ARV drugs that may bypass adherence challenges for end users.
More than 3,000 Receive the Ebola Virus Vaccine in DRC Outbreak
An Ebola virus outbreak that began in the DRC in May has been the first in which a new vaccine and several therapeutic drugs have been available, and health officials around the world are praising the response.
 
No Polio in Venezuela, But Challenges Remain: Public Health Watch
A reported case of the deadly disease was a misdiagnosis, but it is still a warning sign of the troubles facing the South American country.
Two-Drug HIV Regimen May Control Virus in Treatment-Naive Patients
ViiV Healthcare study results suggest a 2-drug regimen may control HIV in treatment-naïve patients. 
Multistate Outbreak of <i>Cyclospora</i> Connected to Pre-Packaged Vegetable Trays
The CDC and FDA are investigating a multistate outbreak of Cyclospora linked with vegetable trays produced by Del Monte Fresh Produce.
 
Another Adverse Effect of the Opioid Epidemic: Hepatitis C Infections
An increase in injection drug use in the United States has augmented the likelihood of acquiring HCV, particularly genotype 3. 
Several US Cities Vulnerable to Measles Outbreaks Due to Declining Vaccination Rates
Researchers are calling for an end to nonmedical exemptions for vaccines in the 18 states that still allow them, saying several metropolitan areas are now vulnerable to measles outbreaks.
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