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Chicken pox vaccine saves $$, protects whole population

...l costs included charges for treating pneumonia or encephalitis in people with chicken pox; for hospital treatment during a chicken pox infection of people with AIDS, cancer, an organ transplant or immune disorders; and for other known complications of severe chicken pox, such as skin infections, in hospital pati...

Climate-based model to predict West Nile virus activity

...s. These risks include Rift Valley fever, Japanese encephalitis and Ross River viruses." Arthur T. DeGaetano, Cornell associate professor of climatology and director of the Northeast Regional Climate Center, is a co-principal investigator. To develop, refine and validate the system, researchers will focus their e...

Jefferson Alzheimer's vaccine shows promise in animal model

...accine or design synthetic antibodies to avoid the encephalitis problem," he says. Dr. Gandy and his ...ays, it may also be useful to examine any cases of encephalitis that might develop....

Study suggests better use of web could improve infectious disease reporting

...Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. "If you diagnose encephalitis and you are prepared to report it, you'll need contact and other health department information. An easily accessible disease reporting Web site could be a helpful resource." The team surveyed state epidemiologists in 57 U.S. states and territories th...

SLU professor wins CDC grant to combat emerging infections, including West Nile

...es" are responsible for causing hemorrhagic fever, encephalitis and West Nile illness. His work could lead to new ...ll study exactly how the yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis viruses cause disease in humans, information that is critical for vaccine development. "Vaccines h...

NIAID opens innovative treatment study for West Nile virus

...ents 18 years of age or older who have WNV-related encephalitis or are determined to be at risk of developing encephalitis based on clinical symptoms and the presence of antibodies to the virus. Patients will be assigned at...

First human tests under way of HIV vaccine pioneered at UNC

...ound a disabled, safe version of Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus, or VEE. In the wild, this microbe infects horses and is sometimes carried to humans via mosquitoes. Dr. Robert E. Johnston, professor of microbiology and immunology and director of the newly established Carolina Vaccine Institute, together wit...

A little blue and purple helps body fend off deadly parasites

...aced of infections with AIDS, hepatitis, West Nile encephalitis and other diseases from tainted transfusions, causing a number of repeated blood shortages and a worldwide attempt to find new ways to ensure clean, transfused blood. Many resolutions are either very expensive or result in new but occasionally lethal...

The Lancet Neurology press release

...ide) than dengue virus, yellow fever, and Japanese encephalitis combined, it receives little attention and is at the bottom of the WHO's "top ten" of infectious diseases. A review in this month's TLN highlights the horrific clinical picture of rabies and covers the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and management of the d...

'Cell death' mechanism identified, may lead to improved treatment

...to unlocking improved therapies for herpes simplex encephalitis may lie in identifying the specific mechanisms of ...tosis, or programmed cell death and herpes simplex encephalitis (HSE), according to a study presented April 17 at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neur...

Two viruses team up in West Nile vaccine

...ude the viruses that cause yellow fever, St. Louis encephalitis and other illnesses. WNV occurs in many parts of the world. In 1999, it arrived in New York to make its first North American appearance; infected birds have since been found as far west as Arkansas and Illinois. The virus can cause human illness, ...

Risk map will help predict encephalitis outbreaks

VERO BEACH---The risk of a widespread St. Louis encephalitis epidemic in Florida this year is almost nonexisten..., Day said. His predictions are based partly on an encephalitis risk map he is developing as part of a project funded by NASA. Day is combining satellite surveillan...

UNC AIDS vaccine researchers awarded $12 million federal grant

... a disabled, safe versionof the Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus (VEE). In the wild, the tropicalmicrobe infects horses and is sometimes carried to humans via mosquitoes. Johnston and Microbiology/Immunology research associate professor Dr. NancyDavis studied VEE for about a dozen years, developing candidate...

Climate change will have detrimental effects on health in Europe

...warn. Malaria, visceral leishmaniasis, tick borne encephalitis and Lyme disease are all vector borne diseases that are likely to be affected by climate change and may find their way into new populations. The authors conclude that potential options for adaptations to reduce health impacts include strengthening pu...

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