Infectious Disease News

11/08/2017 Noninfectious bloodmeals increase vector competence of Aedes aegypti

This taped segment is about research released at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

Newsweek

11/08/2017 New Technologies Use Breath and Eye Movement to Find Out if You Are Sick

This article is about research released at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

New York Daily News

11/07/2017 Malaria breathalyzer test could help millions affected by disease

This article is about research released at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

HealthDay

11/07/2017 West Nile's Long-Term Bite: Impact on Brain May Last Years

This article is about research released at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

Big Island Now

11/07/2017 Hawai‘i Task Force Meets With Rat Lungworm Disease Experts

This article is about research presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

Africa 54 (VOA)

11/07/2017 Interview with ASTMH Program Chair Dan Bausch

This segment of Africa 54 features a taped interview with ASTMH Scientific Program Chair Daniel G. Bausch, MD, MPH&TM, FASTMH, in the Baltimore Convention Center, site of the 2017 Annual Meeting.

The Washington Post

11/07/2017 New evidence of brain damage from West Nile virus, scientists say

This article is about research released at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

BBC

11/07/2017 Malaria breath test shows promise

This article is about research released at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

Science

08/08/2017 Revolutionary malaria tests have unexpected downsides

This article reported on a study published online by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that analyzed 500,000 patient visits in Africa and Afghanistan and found that curbing the overuse of antimalarial drugs was often replaced by the overuse of antibiotics, among other things.

The New York Times

08/07/2017 : Rapid Malaria Tests Work, but With Unexpected Drawbacks

This article reported on a study published online by the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene that analyzed 500,000 patient visits in Africa and Afghanistan and found that curbing the overuse of antimalarial drugs was often replaced by the overuse of antibiotics, among other things.

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