Infectious Diseases

November 12th, 2014 One in seven women in countries hit by the Ebola epidemic could die in pregnancy or childbirth because hospital services are overwhelmed, say international charities in a reports. A slowdown in Ebola outbreak and the continued rampant rate of...

November 4th, 2014 Drug makers sprinting to develop Ebola vaccines face a series of technical hurdles if they are to get millions of doses ready for use next year, reports . But industry executives, health experts and governments are still grappling with a host of...

October 29th, 2014 After the shock of Ebola, inevitably comes blame and recrimination, reports , and at the centre of the growing outrage is the failure to recognise the severity of the outbreak. Commitment on paper and during the meetings are good … but...
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