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Infectious Disease News - Find the latest infectious disease news articles, videos, blogs, books, Continuing Medical Education (CME), meeting coverage, and journal articles.

Infectious Disease CME | Healio
Infectious Disease All Specialties Allergy/Asthma Cardiology Dermatology Endocrinology Gastroenterology Hematology/Oncology Hepatology Infectious Disease Nephrology Neurology Ophthalmology Optometry Orthopedics Pediatrics Primary Care Psychiatry Pulmonology Rheumatology

Infectious Disease | Germs | MedlinePlus
There are many different ways that you can get an infectious disease: Through direct contact with a person who is sick. This includes kissing, touching, sneezing, coughing, and sexual contact. Pregnant mothers can also pass some germs along to their babies. Through indirect contact, when you touch something that has germs on it.

Infectious Disease Topics | CIDRAP
CIDRAP - Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Infectious Disease Control - Texas Department of State Health Services
Infectious Disease Control DSHS is committed to preventing the spread of disease. We aim to track outbreaks and educate Texans on how to stay healthy. Our programs help local public health officials investigate, test, and treat infections. COVID-19. HIV/STD. Immunizations.

Aerosol transmission of infectious disease - PubMed
Objective: The concept of aerosol transmission is developed to resolve limitations in conventional definitions of airborne and droplet transmission. Methods: The method was literature review. Results: An infectious aerosol is a collection of pathogen-laden particles in air. Aerosol particles may deposit onto or be inhaled by a susceptible person.

Immunogenic cell death in cancer and infectious disease
Immunogenicity depends on two key factors: antigenicity and adjuvanticity. The presence of exogenous or mutated antigens explains why infected cells and malignant cells can initiate an adaptive immune response provided that the cells also emit adjuvant signals as a consequence of cellular stress and …

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Insights on the Infectious Disease Diagnostics European Market to 2031 - Featuring Abbott, Agilent Technologies and bioMerieux Among Others  GlobeNewswire

Are all infectious diseases caused by viruses and bacteria?  The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Opinion | Young Physicians Don't Bear the Scars From Infectious Diseases of Yore  Medpage Today

Eunpyeong St. Mary opens Korea's first infectious disease screening center  KBR

Covid-19 more transmissible than monkeypox, says infectious disease expert  Manila Bulletin

Spread of Covid much lower than a month ago, Cork infectious disease expert says

J&J program adds Ena's infectious disease nasal spray to roster  FiercePharma

Diagnostic Accuracy and the Perils of Pan-Culture in Infectious Disease  Infectious Disease Special Edition

Local infectious disease doctor: Don’t worry about monkeypox

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Climate change may increase risk of new infectious diseases  NBC News

World Infectious Disease Diagnostic Testing Market Analysis Report 2022 with Details of Major Global Competitors in Testing Products and Technologies -  Business Wire

Possible Causal Relationship Between COVID-19 and Gestational Diabetes Onset  Infectious Disease Advisor

Rhinovirus Prevalence Increased in Children During COVID-19 Social Distancing  Infectious Disease Advisor

Opinion | How to Control Covid When Everyone Moves On  The New York Times

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