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Juba Partners in South Sudan were concerned about recent cases of yellow fever in parts of Sudan bordering South Sudan. Between 3 October and 17 November, 40 suspected cases of yellow fever and 10 associated deaths were reported in South and West
Suggested Topics A Las Vegas man has said he is "excited" and "anxious" at the prospect of selling one of his testicles for $35,000 (£22,000) and having it replaced as part of a medical trial. Mark Parisi told TLC network's programme 'Extreme
A vaccine which could prevent HIV infection is on the horizon, new research suggests. Scientists have begun to understand the structure of the virus's envelope' which helps it enter human cells. The researchers say the breakthrough is of great value
As if you needed another reason to avoid bats this Halloween...Normally, bats aren't normally much of a threat to humans (vampires in disguise notwithstanding).
Makerere University college of Health Sciences is developing a paper-strip test for the deadly Ebola and Marburg viruses, officials have said. The college secured $100,000 (Shs 260m) from Grand Challenges Canada, a not-for-profit initiative funded by
The findings, published in the US journal Science Translational Medicine, suggested that it may be possible to develop a cure for Ebola even after the virus can be detected in the blood and disease symptoms have become apparent, Xinhua reported.
Jason Jones tried to get to the bottom of healthcare's messaging problem on Tuesday's "Daily Show," and he came to one conclusion: Conservatives are full of crap, but are exceptionally good at peddling it. Liberals have better ideas, but have trouble
The Pentagon is seeking new research on how to stop Ebola virus and a series of diseases and biological agents that "pose a material threat sufficient to affect the United States' national security," a newly filed research request shows. The Defense
In Summary advertisement There are more than 320,000 viruses in mammals alone that are yet to be discovered by scientists. The finding by a group of scientists from Europe and America should be a major concern for East African countries, which are
There's a long way to go from showing in a research laboratory that you've got a potential candidate vaccine to actually producing a bottle of that vaccine that is going to be used or stockpiled," says Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the national school of