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OCT 17, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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World bank chief says 'we are losing the battle' against Ebola

Paris (AFP) - World bank chief Jim Yong Kim said Friday that the world was "losing the battle" against the Ebola virus because of a lack of international solidarity.

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OCT 17, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Ebola must be stopped at source, not via travel bans: World Bank's Kim

By Anna Yukhananov WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Closing national borders to people from countries hit hardest by the Ebola outbreak is "not an effective strategy" for stopping the deadly disease, the president of the World Bank said on Thursday. There is only one way to end the Ebola crisis, which is to stop the spread of disease in the three worst-hit ...

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3 HOURS AGO - Yahoo! News

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Health officials probing death of Tennessee student for possible enterovirus

(Reuters) - Health officials were investigating the death of a middle school student in Nashville after preliminary tests suggested the pupil had a potent virus that has infected hundreds of children nationwide. Specific testing to confirm or rule out the student had Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) was pending, according to an email sent to middle school parents on Friday by the ...

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20 HOURS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Fund-raising event will honor Enterovirus D68 victim

A fund-raiser, "Smiles for Eli," will be held Sunday in Hamilton, N.J., to support the family of a preschooler whose death last month was the first confirmed fatality from Enterovirus D68 in the United States.

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OCT 24, 2014 - Fox News

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OCT 24, 2014 - Washington Times

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Pakistan detects more polio cases on awareness day

ISLAMABAD (AP) - World Health Organization says three more polio cases have surfaced in Pakistan, bringing the number of those affected by the crippling disease in the country this year to 220. The statement came as many nations observed World Polio Day on Friday to create awareness about ...

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OCT 24, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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U.S. security agency ill-prepared to deal with pandemic: audit

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which protects sites ranging from land borders and airports to the White House, may not be able to maintain operations in a pandemic due to inadequate supplies of protective gear and drugs for its staff, according to a government report on Thursday. ...

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OCT 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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What Americans Fear Most

What are Americans afraid of? No, it's not Ebola. According to the first large-scale study on fear in America, what we're most worried about is walking alone at night. The survey, conducted by a multidisciplinary team of Chapman researchers, polled 1,500 adults across the country, asking them questions about each of four basic categories: personal fears, fear of crime, fear ...

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OCT 24, 2014 - BBC

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Cancer-killing cells made in the lab

Scientists from Harvard Medical School have discovered a way of turning stem cells into killing machines to fight brain cancer.

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OCT 21, 2014 - Health Canal

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UCLA scientists discover protein that can accelerate cancer patients’ recovery after radiation and chemotherapy

Scientists from UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have shown for the first time how a unique protein found in human bone marrow can drive stem cells to repair our blood system after an injury.

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