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Some Russians don’t believe assurances that an explosion at a disease research lab didn’t release any hazardous material
A gas explosion hit a research lab storing anthrax, Ebola, and smallpox in Koltsovo on Monday. Officials claim there is no danger to the public.
The World Health Organization said it is deeply disappointed "the affected countries have not received the funding and resources needed for this outbreak."
An Ebola outbreak has killed more than 1,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and containment efforts are being hampered by armed attacks
Containment of the virus has been hampered by armed attacks on treatment centers.
An American medical worker who may have been exposed to Ebola while working in the Democratic Republic of Congo was flown back to the US on Saturday.
An Ebola case has been discovered in a city of 1.2 million people — a ‘game changer’ that makes fighting the outbreak much more diff...
Health officials have confirmed that an infected person was found in a city of 1.2 million, meaning Ebola has spread beyond the town it was first spotted in. Ebola in an urban area is much more dangerous, since that dramatically increases the possibility that the disease could spread rapidly.
Bill Gates says a pandemic flu could kill 30 million people — these are the deadly diseases that scare experts the most
Somewhere on the planet, there's an organism or organisms — likely bacteria or a virus — that could kill tens of millions if it started to spread among people. Many experts think a global pandemic disease, whether naturally occurring or engineered, is the greatest threat humanity faces right now.
A new Ebola outbreak has infected 32 people — and the White House official in charge of responses to global pandemics just left
An Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has sickened 32, with 18 deaths reported so far. The same day the outbreak was announced, the White House official in charge of global pandemic response stepped down. He is not being replaced.
Bill Gates thinks an infectious disease outbreak could kill 30 million people in the next decade — but the US is cutting efforts to prevent glob...
Diseases know no national borders and can jump from one species to another. Many experts think that we need to be better prepared to prevent future outbreaks.
Vaccines prime the body's immune system to fight an infection. Researchers are finding ways to use vaccines to tackle diseases like cancer and drug addiction.
CDC researchers found the genetic material for 27 viruses in human semen, and they suspect there may be many more.