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Jesuit Accounts of Epidemic Disease in the 16th Century (1996) raises more serious objections to the "classic" plague model.
Sikander Shoro said that Sindh government has launched a research project of Rs 20 million to diagnose and cure epidemic diseases including Leishmaniasis, Candidiasis and Scabiesy.
Mass vaccination introduced in the early 1960s has greatly diminished the international impact of measles as an epidemic disease, but it nevertheless remains a significant paediatric illness.
Water supply, wastewater, and solid-waste disposal systems began to be seen as ways to provide permanent relief from epidemic disease and other threats to health.
Razi Rizwi gave lectures and said, 'There is no doubt that influenza is an epidemic disease which can easily spread through sneezing, body to body touch and other sources but instead of getting afraid of it we should keep an eye on it and contact immediately to the hospital.
Epidemic disease and human understanding; a historical analysis of scientific and other writings.
Quarantine was also applied for 7 days, even if no cases were reported, to vessels arriving from New Zealand and South Africa because of severe epidemic disease in those areas and from certain Pacific Islands with which communication was limited.
An epidemic disease ravaging the starfish population caused lesions to form on the animals' backs and rays, exposing the inner organs and making the bodies literally fall apart within days.
Prof Imran Hassan Khan, Prof Khalid Waheed, Dr Sadaf Munir and Dr Syed Razi Haider Zaidi also addressed and highlighted the complications of Congo virus and suggested different steps to prevent from this epidemic disease.
KUWAIT, April 29 (KUNA) -- The municipal committee in charge of food safety issued a recommendation to lift the ban on meat imports from the United States, which was imposed due to mad cow epidemic disease, the President of Food Safety Committee in Kuwait Municipality Mohammad Al-Otaibi said Sunday.
After some forty years of complacency, AIDS and Ebola awakened our dormant dread of an epidemic disease characterized by sudden onset, gruesome symptoms, and/or swift, excruciating death.
Brigadier Mohamed Ahmed bin Ghanem Al Zaabi said of the need to hold such lectures to educate the community in the fight against the epidemic disease and to take advantage of information supplied by the C Ministry of Health.

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