Meanwhile on January 29, 2020, the Institut Pasteur, which is responsible for monitoring respiratory viruses in France, sequenced the whole genome of the coronavirus known as “2019-nCoV”
A report issued back in August 2019 states medical tourism growth supported by government-led initiatives and the rising number of tourists in the United Arab Emirates.
As many as half of China’s reearing pigs have either died from African swine fever (ASFV) or have been slaughtered because of the spreading disease. This amount is twice as much as what has officially been reported back in June,
A new report, Vital Signs just published this month from Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) indicates just how far proposed federal efforts must go to put an end to the American HIV epidemic. Far too many Americans with HIV are unaware that they have it.
Today, December 1, 2019, MONDIALAB PRO joins millions around the world in recognizing World AIDS Day. Beginning in 1988, World AIDS Day became a way to raise awareness about the AIDS pandemic. The theme of this year’s World AIDS Day is “Communities make the difference”.
A grand total of 2.15 million cases of tuberculosis (TB) were reported in 2018, an increase of 17% of 1.8 million cases in 2017. Per the report, the sustained efforts of the government of India towards TB control have led to an unprecedented increase in TB notifications and improvements in diagnostics.
Health emergencies have been met with a cycle of neglect and panic for far too long – an method that is putting everyone one of us at growing risk. Governments across the globe must start thinking and planning ahead and significantly boost funding at the community, national, and international level.
Infectious diseases continue to cause huge amoutn of death and disability in developing countries. Increasing access to appropriate treatment and screening for infectious diseases could have a major impact on relieving the burden of such diseases.
The time is now for the world to get much more serious in responding to the second worst Ebola crisis in history. The Ebola outbreak in the northeast region of the Democratic Republic of Congo is this crisis, ongoing for a year now and claiming the lives of nearly 2,000 people as a result.