Monthly Archives: September 2018

Delamanid delay comes home

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Patient benefits from access to innovative drug that still awaits U.S. approval A note from the field in this week’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report describes the case of a dangerously ill man in the United States. Weak, coughing, and losing weight, with pain in his chest, he was tested for tuberculosis, which it turned […]

Signs of Ebola control, cautious optimism reflect lessons, missed opportunities, continuing gaps

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More than two million travelers checked at 37 points of entry — airports, river ports, and border crossings —  between the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries. More than six thousand people who had contact with the sick, including health workers, or with others who had contact with them, vaccinated. Three different investigational treatment […]