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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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Project launches to improve asthma control in African schoolchildren Project launches to improve asthma control in African schoolchildren

Project launches to improve asthma control in African schoolchildren

Preventive measures can reduce foot parasite in children, study says Preventive measures can reduce foot parasite in children, study says

Preventive measures can reduce foot parasite in children, study says

Foreign aid for public health bolsters America's 'soft power,' Stanford researchers find Foreign aid for public health bolsters America's 'soft power,' Stanford researchers find

Foreign aid for public health bolsters America's 'soft power,' Stanford researchers find

'Striking' differences in rates of HIV/AIDS within African nations 'Striking' differences in rates of HIV/AIDS within African nations

'Striking' differences in rates of HIV/AIDS within African nations

Protection by the malaria vaccine: not only a matter of quantity but also of quality Protection by the malaria vaccine: not only a matter of quantity but also of quality

Protection by the malaria vaccine: not only a matter of quantity but also of quality

The Lancet Global Health: 1 in 7 babies worldwide born with a low birthweight The Lancet Global Health: 1 in 7 babies worldwide born with a low birthweight

The Lancet Global Health: 1 in 7 babies worldwide born with a low birthweight

Researchers identify faster, more effective drug combinations to treat tuberculosis Researchers identify faster, more effective drug combinations to treat tuberculosis

Researchers identify faster, more effective drug combinations to treat tuberculosis

Making a meal of it: Mosquito spit protein controls blood feeding Making a meal of it: Mosquito spit protein controls blood feeding

Making a meal of it: Mosquito spit protein controls blood feeding

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