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Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

The severe epidemic of Ebola virus disease in Liberia started in March 2014. On May 9, 2015, the World Health Organization declared Liberia free of Ebola, 42 days after safe burial of the last known case-patient.

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Archived: Emerging infectious diseases links, NCID, CDC

Congressional Briefing: Infectious Disease Threats As We Enter the New Century: What Can We Do? Discusses threats from infectious diseases and biological terrorism as well as research and strategies to detect, treat and control the resurgence of infectious diseases.

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CDC - Newsroom: CDC RELEASES EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES PLAN

This page is a historical archive and is no longer maintained. They result in billions of dollars in medical costs in this country each year," said CDC Director Dr. Jeffrey Koplan in releasing the report.

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Infectious disease experts say they don't expect...

Infectious disease experts say they don't expect that to happen for several reasons. Ebola is hard to contract, they say, and good infection-control practices can stop its spread.

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Source: www.medicinenet.com

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CDC - ICEID 2002 - International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases

Anatomy of Emerging Infectious Diseases Impact of the BSE/vCJD Outbreak: U.S.

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Infectious Diseases On The Rise - Medical News Today

The non-profit, non-partisan group said that globalization, increasing drug resistance, and climate change are some of the reasons. "Infectious diseases can come without warning, crossing borders, often before people even know they are sick," said Levi.

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Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

The 20142015 Ebola outbreak was catastrophic in these countries, and its indirect impact of increasing the mortality rates of other diseases was also substantial.

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WHO | Ethics and infectious disease

We have basically wiped out infection in the United States. This influential comment has, however, been contradicted by subsequent events. It stems from a thematic issue of the journal Bioethics devoted to ethics and infectious disease, published in 2005.

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CDC - PPEO - IV. Infectious Diseases - HIV/AIDS

An average of 100 Americans are diagnosed with AIDS every day, and approximately 100 men, women, and children become infected with HIV every 24 hours. Two biomedical interventions have demonstrated possibilities in reducing the spread of this deadly disease.

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Transplant Infectious Disease Experts Provide Pandemic Guidance - Medical News Today

It includes discussions about clinical presentation, diagnosis, therapy and prevention, specifically addressing areas such as chemoprophylaxis, immunization and donor-derived infection. "However, autopsy studies suggest that other organs, such as the brain, kidney, pancreas, spleen, liver and heart, can also become infected.

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CDC - PPEO - IV. Infectious Diseases - Tuberculosis

In 1989, the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services stated the goal of eliminating TB: "It is time to commit to a tuberculosis-free society." Reducing the case rate of tuberculosis will put the Nation back on track toward eliminating TB from the U.S.

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WHO IRIS: Second meeting of the asia-pacific technical advisory group on emerging infectious…

Pandemic preparedness, IHR and APSED workplan implementation and progress made towards implementing the recommendations of the First Meeting were also discussed.

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Source: www.who.int