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In response to the accusations by the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops concerning the alleged additions of a hormone to the tetanus vaccine, representatives from the World Health Organization (WHO)...

The number of new confirmed Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) cases in Sierra Leone continues to be reported in very high numbers as the West African nation saw an additional 421 cases during in the past week. The...

In a follow-up to reports of a suspected Ebola case in Mali, both the Mali Ministry of Health (computer translated) and the World Health Organization (WHO) now confirm the country’s 2nd Ebola case...

While the world keeps their eyes focused on the Ebola situation in West Africa,  Sudanese officials have acknowledged an outbreak of a potential hemorrhagic fever in the southern province of South Kordofan. Radio...

The cholera outbreak that started in June 2014 is still on. As of 5 October 2014 (week 40), a total of 20,955 cases with 16 deaths (case fatality rate of 0.8%) were reported from 101 out of the 216 districts...

Health authorities in Mali have identified a new suspect cases of infection with Ebola virus, said a spokesman for the Ministry of Health, prompting Mali police in Bamako to lock down a clinic in an upscale there,...

UPDATE: WHO Statement on Marburg Virus Disease in Uganda on Nov. 13. It’s been 42 days since since a Kampala health care worker contracted and died from the Ebola “cousin”, Marburg Virus...

The huge controversy that has been brewing in Kenya has hit some new levels with some astounding accusations being made concerning the country’s tetanus vaccination campaign. Last month it was reported...

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Twenty percent of new Ebola infections occur during burials of deceased Ebola patients. This high number and attempting to build trust and respect between burial teams, bereaved families and religious...

There were 21 new cases of wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) reported out of the polio endemic countries, according to the latest data from the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI). Afghanistan saw...