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How much of a game do we want to play with something so dangerous to humanity?
One leading scientific magazine - "Science" recently asked infectious disease and vaccine experts for their opinions to prioritize
When it first began at the end of December 2013 in a rural village in Guinea, the Ebola virus had been restricted to a few
The situation with emerging infections is much the same. We react to each as if the particular bug is the entire problem
We're coming into closer contact with bats because of human and livestock expansion into forests.
Camels are the primary host for Middle East respiratory syndrome.
One year after Ebola left the U.S., most states don't focus enough on disease prevention.
"The world is at risk because there are huge gaps in our knowledge base."
"We're making baby steps."
Fifteen of the infected are medical staff.