Villages, and sometimes whole regions of the Congo, are misplaced—but the ministry of health and a team of cartographers are racing to get better data

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Since the 1918 flu pandemic that wiped out about five percent of the world’s population there have been strides toward eradicating most communicable diseases, yet the vulnerability of certain parts of the world affects everyone. This, the writers say, must be addressed

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In February 2016, the FDA recommended that collection of donated blood cease in areas in the United States in which ZIKV was active, unless blood testing or pathogen-reduction methods could be implemented. At the time, no vectorborne cases of ZIKV infection had been reported in the continental United States; however, an epidemic was under way in the U.S. territories, most notably in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

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An expensive screening program designed to keep the Zika virus out of the Red Cross’ blood supply has caught fewer than a dozen infected donations, a new study published Wednesday revealed. Study authors include our Jeremy Sugarman

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Fortunately, the new outbreak is happening in the DRC, a country well versed in fighting the dreaded virus

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It’s the biggest health crisis you’ve never heard of. Doctors, philanthropists and companies are trying to solve it

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What one city did to fight high drug prices reveals a drug supply chain in which just about every link can benefit when prices go up

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Something happened at the funeral. Something was making people incredibly sick. And local health workers had no idea what it was

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