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Publication Date:
9/24/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

Treatment centers will stay open but vaccinations and the tracing of people who have been in contact with suspected Ebola patients have stopped for now.

Publication Date:
9/24/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

Information from the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control reveals that there have been thousands of suspected and confirmed cases of monkeypox reported in Africa this year.

Publication Date:
9/18/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

Health officials say a resident of western Michigan has been infected with Eastern equine encephalitis.

Publication Date:
9/22/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

The United Nations says at least 97 people have died of cholera in northeastern Nigeria over the past two weeks.

Publication Date:
9/20/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

The aim of the review was to analyze the literature on epidemiological surveys to estimate Chagas disease prevalence and burden in Mexico, during the period 2006 to 2017.

Publication Date:
9/18/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

The potential to use gene editing in germ cells or embryos is very real.

Publication Date:
9/24/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said a slaughterhouse in the city of Hohhot reported the outbreak, adding that four pigs were infected with, and two had died from, African swine fever.

Publication Date:
9/24/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

Chinese researchers say some common plants harbor a molecule that appears to alter the DNA of the virus plaguing pig farms from Africa to South America.

Publication Date:
9/20/2018
Post Date: 9/24/2018

A three-kilometer protection zone has been placed around the farm in the village of Trilistnik, near Bulgaria’s second-largest city of Plovdiv and the sale of eggs and the movement of domestic and wild birds has been banned within it.

Publication Date:
9/20/2018
Post Date: 9/21/2018

Three years after discovering that a military laboratory had shipped live anthrax to facilities around the world, the US Department of Defense (DoD) still has not developed a plan to evaluate its biological security practices, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported.