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New WHO rules mean countries could face quarantine in bid to beat killer epidemics

New WHO rules mean countries could face quarantine in bid to beat killer epidemics

New regulations to tackle disease outbreaks given the red light by the WHO

New regulations to tackle disease outbreaks given the red light by the WHO

New set of International Health Regulations to manage public health emergencies of international concern

New set of International Health Regulations to manage public health emergencies of international concern

New combination vaccine effective against plague

New combination vaccine effective against plague

World Health Assembly hears warning on avian influenza threat

World Health Assembly hears warning on avian influenza threat

Rifaximin is effective in preventing attacks of diarrhea

Rifaximin is effective in preventing attacks of diarrhea

Humans more prone to cancer than chimpanzees

Humans more prone to cancer than chimpanzees

NIAID has awarded 10 grants and 2 contracts totaling approximately $27 million to fund development of new therapeutics and vaccines against bioterrorism

NIAID has awarded 10 grants and 2 contracts totaling approximately $27 million to fund development of new therapeutics and vaccines against bioterrorism

Trauma a frequent experience on American Indian reservations

Trauma a frequent experience on American Indian reservations

Hope of new treatments for liver damage

Hope of new treatments for liver damage

Antibodies from tobacco plants protect against anthrax

Antibodies from tobacco plants protect against anthrax

African genome research given impetus

African genome research given impetus

Biologists discover why 10% of Europeans are safe from HIV infection

Biologists discover why 10% of Europeans are safe from HIV infection

Crystallized molecular machine reveals possible new paths for treating diseases

Crystallized molecular machine reveals possible new paths for treating diseases

FDA approves new smallpox vaccination

FDA approves new smallpox vaccination

New hope for millions of patients suffering from liver damage (cirrhosis)

New hope for millions of patients suffering from liver damage (cirrhosis)

PAHO dispels myths about the handling and the effects of mass casualties

PAHO dispels myths about the handling and the effects of mass casualties

Vaccinating mice against Lyme disease could help reduce the risk of transmission of the disease to humans

Vaccinating mice against Lyme disease could help reduce the risk of transmission of the disease to humans

New research aims to reduce deaths and ease burden on hospitals

New research aims to reduce deaths and ease burden on hospitals

New and revealing portrait of Yersinia pestis emerges

New and revealing portrait of Yersinia pestis emerges