The debate surrounding an inexplicable skin disease, coined “Morgellons” in 2002, may finally provide patients and practitioners with some answers. The CDC’s anticipated study was
Month: January 2012
This week, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced the departure of its Executive Director, appointed a new General Manager, celebrated 10
On January 13, Healthmap reported on the emergence of totally drug resistant tuberculosis (TBR-TB) in Mumbai at the Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre.
Recent findings around the treatment of yaws have the World Health Organization (WHO) discussing future eradication efforts. Researchers from Papua New Guinea and Spain have
Two red squirrels have been fatally infected with squirrel pox virus (SQPV) in Wicklow County, Ireland. The second case was confirmed by the National Parks
Kuwait, a country where disease outbreaks and infectious diseases are uncommon, was unpleasantly surprised during the first week of the new year when the Kuwait