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Disease in the Developing World

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AIDS, SARS, influenza, West Nile fever, cholera, tuberculosis, ebola -- these diseases represent only some of the threats to public health that have exploded over the past decades.

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Circulation favors placenta over brain in fetuses of diabetic mothers Circulation favors placenta over brain in fetuses of diabetic mothers

Circulation favors placenta over brain in fetuses of diabetic mothers

Heart damage caused by chemotherapy is worse in patients with diabetes Heart damage caused by chemotherapy is worse in patients with diabetes

Heart damage caused by chemotherapy is worse in patients with diabetes

NIH scientists develop new mouse model to study Salmonella meningitis NIH scientists develop new mouse model to study Salmonella meningitis

NIH scientists develop new mouse model to study Salmonella meningitis

Air pollution impairs function of blood vessels in lungs Air pollution impairs function of blood vessels in lungs

Air pollution impairs function of blood vessels in lungs

Control of emerging Ebola infections could be aided by new monitoring method Control of emerging Ebola infections could be aided by new monitoring method

Control of emerging Ebola infections could be aided by new monitoring method

New method helps compare cholera vaccine costs New method helps compare cholera vaccine costs

New method helps compare cholera vaccine costs

Fast test can monitor drug resistance in hookworms Fast test can monitor drug resistance in hookworms

Fast test can monitor drug resistance in hookworms

Researchers combine MERS and rabies viruses to create innovative 2-for-1 vaccine Researchers combine MERS and rabies viruses to create innovative 2-for-1 vaccine

Researchers combine MERS and rabies viruses to create innovative 2-for-1 vaccine

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