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infectious

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Among them, no cases of Class A infectious diseases were reported.
To initiate this collaborating center, the International Symposium on Emerging Zoonoses (ISEZ) was held in conjunction with the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases and the International Conference on Women and Infectious Diseases in Atlanta in March 2006.
CombinatoRx applies its proprietary combination drug discovery technology to identify new combination product candidates in a number of disease areas, including immuno-inflammatory disease, oncology, metabolic disease, neurodegenerative disease, and infectious disease.
Road and dam construction, irrigation, habitat fragmentation, and urban sprawl all modify the transmission of infectious disease (Patz et al.
According to Waxman, half the money will come from the infectious disease agency's own bio-defense budget; a quarter from its HIV projects; and the rest from research on other diseases.
Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, is portrayed as heroic because he always assumes the worst, and sometimes he's right.
Despite historical predictions that infectious diseases would wane, that hasn't been the case," says Pinner.
TechNavio's report, Global Infectious Disease Treatment Market 2011-2014, has been prepared based on an in-depth analysis of the market with inputs from industry experts.
Red Book: 2006 Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, 27th Edition L.
However, there would initially be a period of some years (the number of which is still unknown) before any benefit would accrue, and some additional years until the total benefit outweighed the cost of the water-related infectious disease increase.
Developed countries such as the United States have become too complacent about medical science's ability to snuff out whatever novel infectious diseases may flare up, warns a report released last week by the Institute of Medicine, an arm of the U.

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