The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a stark warning to Americans this week regarding the rapid spread of a deadlier form of Mpox currently sweeping through the Democratic ...
So far, no cases of this deadlier strain have been detected in the U.S., but the ... Here’s what experts want you to know ...
The central African nation of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is battling a record number of cases of mpox, fu ...
A virulent strain of the monkeypox virus has gained the ability to spread through sexual contact, new data suggest. This has alarmed researchers, who fear a reprise of the worldwide mpox outbreak in ...
Congo is struggling to contain its biggest mpox outbreak, and scientists say a new form of the disease detected in a mining town might more easily spread among people. Since January, Congo has ...
The CDC also noted that a deadlier version of mpox is hitting the Democratic Republic of Congo, though no cases of that subtype have yet been identified outside Africa. Other public health news is on ...
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning about the potential spread of a deadlier strain of ...
The mpox virus has been present in west, central and east Africa for decades, with the first human case identified in 1970. In May 2022, a global mpox outbreak caused by the clade IIb strain of ...
The ongoing outbreak of H5N1 avian flu virus looks a lot like a public-health problem that the United States should be well prepared for. Although this version of flu is relatively new to the ...
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Colorized transmission electron micrograph of two mature mpox virus particles (pink) attached to the surface of an infected VERO E6 cell (blue/teal). Image captured at the NIAID Integrated ...