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An article from UN News Centre
December 9, 2015 - The world is making “significant progress” toward malaria elimination with prevention and treatment efforts saving more than 660 million lives and $900 million in case management costs since 2001, the World Health Organization (...
An article from the Wall Street Journal
December 9, 2015 - Nurses at a downtown Monrovia hospital were about to punch out from work late one November afternoon when a feverish teenager, convulsing and bleeding from his mouth, stumbled into the waiting room.   For Mosoka Fallah, the boy’...
Un article de OMS
December 9, 2015 - De nouvelles estimations publiées par l’OMS montrent une augmentation importante du nombre de pays désormais sur la voie de l’élimination du paludisme. Les efforts de prévention ont permis d’économiser des millions de dollars...
Por la OMS
December 9, 2015 - 9 de diciembre de 2015 ¦ BRUSELAS - Las nuevas estimaciones de la OMS apuntan a un notable aumento del número de países que están avanzando hacia la eliminación del paludismo. En los últimos 14 años, los esfuerzos de prevención...
Por BBC Mundo
December 9, 2015 - México se convirtió este miércoles en el primer país en aprobar la primera vacuna contra el virus del dengue. Así lo anunció la Secretaría de Salud a través de la Comisión Federal para la Protección contra Riesgos Sanitarios (...
An article from Reuters
December 9, 2015 - Sanofi's dengue vaccine is to make its market debut in Mexico, the French drugmaker said on Wednesday, adding that it expects to have filed for market approval in some 20 countries by year-end.   Sanofi Pasteur, the group's...
An article from Reuters
December 9, 2015 - Men's self-image as strong, sexually active risk-takers means they are more likely to die from HIV/AIDS than are women, experts said on Wednesday, calling for more HIV workplace testing to reach men and greater efforts to change...
An article from the New York Times
December 9, 2015 - A dengue fever vaccine developed by the French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi has been approved for use by Mexico, the first approval in the world for any vaccine for the disease, which afflicts tens of millions of people around...
Un article de Le Monde
December 9, 2015 - Enfin une bonne nouvelle pour Sanofi. Embarrassé depuis des mois par les contre-performances de sa division diabète, le groupe pharmaceutique tricolore a annoncé, mercredi 9 décembre, avoir reçu le feu vert des autorités...
An article from the Express Tribune
December 8, 2015 - SUKKUR: Two drops of anti-polio vaccine must be given every time to every child, as this is the only way to realise the dream of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto for a polio-free Pakistan, said Pakistan’s polio ambassador Aseefa Bhutto...
An article from the National (UAE)
December 7, 2015 - The campaign to rid the world of polio is close to total success, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said at an awards ceremony in Abu Dhabi on Sunday night.   “It is close, very close. Now is the time to double down our efforts to...
An article from AllAfrica
December 7, 2015 - Three adolescent girls sit whispering and giggling on a Saturday afternoon. They are too old to join the group of children playing on the grass under the sun and too young to be interested in their parents' discussion on the...
An article from Voice of America
December 7, 2015 - Les deux derniers cas connus d' Ebola au Liberia ont été déclarés guéris, ont annoncé vendredi 4 décembre les autorités sanitaires.   Les deux patients, le père et le frère d'un adolescent décédé du virus le 23 novembre, sont...
Un article de l'Agence D'Information D'Afrique Central
December 7, 2015 - La table ronde Chine-Afrique a connu la participation de toutes les premières dames membres de l’OPDAS, représentant chacune la sous-région. Ainsi, l’Afrique de l’Ouest a été représentée par le Niger, l’Afrique Australe par le...
An article from the Wall Street Journal
December 7, 2015 - A groundbreaking but controversial new gene-editing technology is accelerating a push to eradicate malaria, with scientists recently identifying two ways to block mosquitoes from transmitting the killer disease.   In a study...
An article from Reuters
December 6, 2015 - The rate of new HIV infections in the U.S. fell over the last decade, but progress wasn't equal for all groups, according to a new government report.   Across the country, new diagnoses of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, fell...
An article from Front Page Africa
December 4, 2015 - Liberia has discharged its last two known Ebola patients from a treatment center, beginning its third countdown to become free from transmission of the deadly virus, health authorities said Friday. Three cases were reported Nov...
Un artículo de la OMS
December 3, 2015 - Comunicado de prensa 3 de diciembre del 2015 ǀ Ginebra - Casi un tercio (30%) de todas las muertes por enfermedades de transmisión alimentaria se producen en niños menores de 5 años, pese a que los niños de esa edad...
An article from the WHO
December 3, 2015 - 3 DECEMBER 2015 | GENEVA - Almost one third (30%) of all deaths from foodborne diseases are in children under the age of 5 years, despite the fact that they make up only 9% of the global population. This is among the findings of...
Un article de OMS
December 3, 2015 - 3 DÉCEMBRE 2015 ǀ GENÈVE - Près d’un tiers (30%) des décès dus aux maladies d’origine alimentaire concernent des enfants de moins de cinq ans, bien qu’ils ne représentent que 9% de la population mondiale. C’est l’une des...

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