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We're not close to being prepared for the next pandemic, says this doctor - PBS NewsHour


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We're not close to being prepared for the next pandemic, says this doctor
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HARI SREENIVASAN: Next: After the containment of the Ebola outbreak, scientists are looking around the corner for the next serious threat to global threat. Judy Woodruff recently sat down with Liberian-Born Dr. Raj Panjabi at Spotlight Health in Aspen, ...

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USAMRIID scientists investigate causes of lingering Ebola infection - Frederick News Post (subscription)


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USAMRIID scientists investigate causes of lingering Ebola infection
Frederick News Post (subscription)
Lingering viral infection — a medical dilemma known as disease persistence — has long been a concern for doctors and scientists who worked to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. An estimated 17,000 people survived the disease, and many of ...

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Ebola RNA Can Persist in Semen Two Years After Acute Infection Period - Contagionlive.com


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Ebola RNA Can Persist in Semen Two Years After Acute Infection Period
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Researchers are calling on the World Health Organization (WHO) to revise guidelines for the prevention of Ebola via sexual transmission. Results from a recent study conducted by researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ohio ...

Mass burial for Sierra Leone flood victims at Ebola cemetery - africanews


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Mass burial for Sierra Leone flood victims at Ebola cemetery
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Facing the threat of disease, Sierra Leone on Wednesday began burying hundreds of victims of a mudslide that swept away homes on the edge of the capital, one of Africa's worst flood disasters in living memory. Hundreds of Freetown residents queued to ...
Sierra Leone Buries Over 300 Mudslide Victims in Mass GravesNew York Times
Sierra Leone mudslide: Gruesome clear-up after disasterBBC News
Mass burials after devastating Sierra Leone mudslideAljazeera.com
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Spain must raze all vegetation on Mallorca to combat 'olive tree ebola' says EU report - Telegraph.co.uk


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Spain must raze all vegetation on Mallorca to combat 'olive tree ebola' says EU report
Telegraph.co.uk
The Spanish island of Mallorca could be virtually razed of vegetation under an EU plan to halt the march of a deadly bacteria known as “ebola of the olive”, farmers in the region have warned. The bacteria Xylella fastidiosa, which has infected ...

We'll end Lassa fever the way we stopped Ebola — LUTH CMD - The Punch


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We'll end Lassa fever the way we stopped Ebola — LUTH CMD
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Until someone starts showing symptoms of Lassa fever, they are not dangerous to the next person, unlike Ebola. So, there is no point restricting their movement and telling them not to interact with anybody. It is when they start showing symptoms such ...
Three LUTH Doctors Infected with Lassa Fever, Investigation RevealsTHISDAY Newspapers

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Lives and Livelihoods: The Economic Impact of Ebola in West Africa - International Affairs Review


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Lives and Livelihoods: The Economic Impact of Ebola in West Africa
International Affairs Review
The Ebola epidemic ravaged West Africa in 2014; 28,600 people were infected and 11,300 died. The virus not only caused a public health crisis, but also crippled the affected countries' economies. During the outbreak, the international community ...

'There's no such thing as death and Wi-fi is a bigger problem than Ebola and AIDS'... Noel Edmonds makes string of ... - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

'There's no such thing as death and Wi-fi is a bigger problem than Ebola and AIDS'... Noel Edmonds makes string of ...
Daily Mail
He said: 'There isn't such a thing as death, it's just departure. You cannot die. My energy will return to where it came from, part of a massive, incomprehensible universal web of energy. 'The biggest problem we have is not Ebola, it's not AIDS, it's ...

WHO Celebrates Ebola Vaccine Success And Extends Gratitude To Guinea Citizens - Gears Of Biz


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WHO Celebrates Ebola Vaccine Success And Extends Gratitude To Guinea Citizens
Gears Of Biz
The 2014 to 2015 ebola outbreak in West Africa was a huge challenge to the World Health Organization as it scrambled to contain the spread of the deadly disease, send medical aid, and produce a vaccine. The outbreak recorded 28,616 cases and claimed ...

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Ebola Mutation Map Suggests the Virus May Evolve to Become More Lethal - American Council on Science and Health


American Council on Science and Health

Ebola Mutation Map Suggests the Virus May Evolve to Become More Lethal
American Council on Science and Health
From 2013 to 2016, western Africa faced an enormous outbreak of Ebola in which 28,616 people fell ill and 11,310 died. The overall case-fatality rate (i.e., the percentage of people who died from the infection) was nearly 40%. However, the case ...

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