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Neglected tropical diseases - looking at Ebola through a different lens
The current Global Ebola crisis presents a multitude of challenges in terms of our capacity to respond; the future is even less predictable.
MERS virus cell entry mechanism is possible drug target
A new study reveals how the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus - MERS-CoV - enters host cells, opening potential new avenues for treatment.
CDC ramp up Ebola screening at five US airports
Following yesterday's tragic death of the first US Ebola patient, the CDC have ramped up screening at five airports, which receive nearly 95% of travelers from West Africa.
Nearly 6 million more dengue cases found in India than officially reported
Researchers calculate that the mosquito-borne disease's economic burden on the country totals US$1.11 billion annually, roughly the same amount India spends each year on its national space program.
CDC nowcasting the spread of chikungunya in Americas
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today unveiled a new, interactive web-based model that estimates where travelers infected with mosquito-borne chikungunya virus are likely to...
Phase III clinical study in Ethiopia launched to test 2 treatments for HIV-visceral leishmaniasis co-infected patients
The international research & development (R&D) consortium, AfriCoLeish, formed by six research organizations from East Africa and Europe, has launched a Phase III clinical study to address the...
New analysis of first Ebola outbreak in 1976 shows community transmission played significant role
Reducing community transmission and changing behaviour in communities is key to containing Ebola outbreaks, according to new research into the first known outbreak of the virus in 1976 by...
New study questions the prescription for drug resistance
In response to the rise of drug-resistant pathogens, doctors are routinely cautioned against over-prescribing antimicrobials.
Biologists believe that DNA 'bias' may keep some diseases in circulation
It's an early lesson in genetics: we get half our DNA from Mom, half from Dad.But that straightforward explanation does not account for a process that sometimes occurs when cells divide.
Nodding syndrome may be spread by blackflies
Despite decades of research, scientists have yet to pinpoint the exact cause of nodding syndrome (NS), a disabling disease affecting African children.
Results of large-scale roll out of combination treatment for kala-azar in Eastern Africa
In Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, at the occasion of the Leishmaniasis East Africa Platform meeting, which has gathered some 150 African and international leishmaniasis experts, results of a pharmacovigilance...
CDC confirm first case of Ebola in the US
The first case of Ebola in the US has been confirmed in a person who traveled from Liberia in West Africa to Dallas, Texas. Close contacts of the patient are being monitored.
WHO recommendation: Developing countries should enroll medical and nursing students from rural areas
Targeted admission of medical and nursing students from rural areas could provide a solution to health worker shortage, which has been a mayor factor in the exacerbation of current Ebola outbreak in...
Malaria severity influenced by five human genes, say researchers
An international study says five genes play a complex role in influencing whether people are more or less susceptible to severe malaria and opens the door to new drugs or vaccines.
Opportunity to address tropical disease prevalence in Latin America
Recently published prevalence estimates of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in five Latin American countries - Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Venezuela - could suggest a new direction for...
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