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How Do Emerging Infectious Diseases Affect National Security and Policy Discussions?
Amesh Adalja, MD, UPMC Center for National Security and his colleagues study recent outbreaks and work on how to better prepare the country for outbreaks like this in the future.
“We have reached a decisive moment for the nation,” said Jonathan Mermin, MD, MPH, director of the CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention.
A recent review of current research on atopic dermatitis (AD) treatments found that a clearer understanding of the pathogenesis of the phenotypes involved in the disease will lead to advances in new therapies.
Although DAAs achieve sustained virologic response rates above 90%, they are expensive in both Canada and the US. A recent Canadian study examined the limitations Hepatitis C patients there face in receiving reimbursement for their treatment.
From fish oil to acupuncture, a new study assesses the application and efficacy of popular alternative treatments.
Telemedicine is an expanding field across many areas of the medical community. Finding the best ways to use it and expand its growth are also becoming focal points as the idea gains popularity in helping treat patients.
As part of their overall health management, patients with diabetes are encouraged to undergo annual eye exams. While not all patients follow this direction research is being done to better improve their eye health by working with their general practitioners.
Could the interaction of Zika virus with similar flaviviruses like Dengue and Chikungunya be the reason why Zika virus has turned so virulent after decades of being a minor illness?
An interesting discovery about some Irish women exposed to the hepatitis C virus in the late 1970s has led scientists to study the possible existence of a super immune gene.

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