This Week's Most-Clicked Infectious Disease Stories

These were our most popular articles this week. Catch up with these trending infectious disease stories.

These were our most popular articles this week. Catch up with these trending infectious disease stories.

We're wrapping up the first week in October with a recap of our most popular stories.

From flu to hepatitis, Contagion covered a broad range of infectious disease topics this week. These are our most-clicked stories, but we want to hear from you which issues you want covered. Let us know on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or via email.

1. Health Officials Urge Flu Vaccination, But Few Adults Plan to Get the Shot

The CDC is urging all eligible persons to receive a flu shot, but a new survey shows fewer adults are planning to get the vaccine this season.

2. Improving Tuberculosis Prevention Programs Aimed at HIV Patients

These interventions included meeting with experts, texting services to improve and facilitate communication, and data collection and dissemination.

3. CDC Finds Recovery Common From Rare Vaccine-Related Myocarditis

The largest extended study of outcomes after rare myocarditis from mRNA COVID-19 vaccines finds most recover and regain quality of life.

4. Reproductive Infectious Disease Spotlights Gender Inequity in Health Care

In this video interview, Yasaswi Kislovskiy, MD, MSc, explains she specialized in reproductive infectious disease to advocate for gender equity in health care.

5. Bulevirtide Shows Promise for Treating Hepatitis

Bulevirtide, a first-in-class entry inhibitor, showed promise for the treatment of hepatitis B and hepatitis D coinfection, a phase 2 trial found.

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