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2015/02/01 06:13
2015/02/01 06:13
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It's 6:30 p.m. in eastern Arizona, and an energetic doctor who has gained notice due to his disdain for vaccinations has just gotten home. It's been a busy day. He's already spoken to USA Today. He...
2015/02/01 06:13
2015/02/01 06:13
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2015/01/29 10:19
2015/01/29 10:19
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By the time the first Ebola cases were diagnosed in the United States and Europe early last fall, the deadly, destructive disease had already killed thousands of people across five countries in West...
2015/01/29 01:39
2015/01/29 01:39
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Earlier this week, Medécins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) reported something that might have seemed unimaginable at the zenith of the Ebola epidemic, when the aid agency had to turn dying...
2015/01/29 01:39
2015/01/29 01:39
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Estimated start date: Early February Number of participants: 27,000 or more Trial type: Liberia will play host to a randomized control trial with three groups and two Ebola vaccines. The tentative...
2015/01/27 15:13
2015/01/27 15:13
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WASHINGTON — Measles could once again become native in the U.S., disease experts worry, as an outbreak in California linked to Disneyland has put a spotlight on a growing failure to vaccinate that's...
2015/01/27 11:31
2015/01/27 11:31
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Studies of two possible Ebola vaccines are set to begin in West Africa, first in Liberia and later in other countries in the region in about two weeks. The Associated Press quotes U.S. officials as...
2015/01/27 09:31
2015/01/27 09:31
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There is no mystery to the cause of the ongoing measles outbreak that has been traced to Disneyland in Southern California. It is the result of a wrongheaded campaign by some misguided people to not...
2015/01/27 06:41
2015/01/27 06:41
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A new Yale School of Medicine study has answered the question of why younger bodies respond better to flu vaccines than older ones. Researchers found that healthy older adults produced protective...
2015/01/27 05:19
2015/01/27 05:19
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An illustration of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, CRE. (CDC/Reuters) The Obama administration wants to double the amount of federal funding dedicated to combating antibiotic-resistant...
2015/01/23 16:18
2015/01/23 16:18
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The Ebola mortality rate is estimated at 95 per cent in gorillas. Photo / AP Ebola has wiped out a third of the world's chimpanzee and gorilla populations and could threaten the survival of these...
2015/01/23 12:58
2015/01/23 12:58
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Dr. Fauci: It's a "shame" children are not being vaccinated for measles The measles outbreak with roots in Disneyland continues to spread, with at least 75 confirmed cases in six states. At least 54...
2015/01/23 05:43
2015/01/23 05:43
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As the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases he had a long list of accomplishments, but to his loved ones, he was a devoted family man dedicated to...
2015/01/23 01:17
2015/01/23 01:17
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Thousands of people are to be injected with two experimental Ebola vaccines in trials in West Africa within a couple of weeks, and a Baltimore biotechnology company is launching a human trial of its...
2015/01/22 23:27
2015/01/22 23:27
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... -- Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc.’s Ebola drug will soon enter human trials in the U.S. and Liberia following successful efforts to boost production capacity, U.S. health officials...
2015/01/22 17:28
2015/01/22 17:28
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Drugs that can protect against the fallout from a nuclear disaster have been found to be effective up to three days after administration. The Fukushima disaster in 2011 and the threat of radiation...
2015/01/22 02:42
2015/01/22 02:42
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Kim D. Janda and colleagues note that according to the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an estimated 1.4 million people in the U.S. took cocaine. A number of therapies are available to...
2015/01/21 13:18
2015/01/21 13:18
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REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PaxVax, Inc., a specialty vaccine company focused on travel and biodefense, today announced the appointment of Nima Farzan as President and Chief Operating...
2015/01/17 22:03
2015/01/17 22:03
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The drug’s developer, San Diego-based Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc., ran out of supplies last year, but has been boosting output and will likely have “dozens of doses” available for a small human trial...
2015/01/15 13:08
2015/01/15 13:08
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The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded contracts to three organizations to support early-stage human clinical trials...
2015/01/14 17:19
2015/01/14 17:19
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West Virginia University has selected a new vice president and executive dean for Health Sciences. Clay Marsh, M.D., a national leader in health care at Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center...
2015/02/01 06:13
2015/02/01 06:13
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