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CDC/WHO recommend following basic interventions to treat Ebola

December 20, 2014

Currently, there is no FDA-approved vaccine or medicine available to treat Ebola virus, but the CDC recommends for the symptoms and complications of Ebola to be treated as they appear.

The CDC recommends following basic interventions that, when used early, may significantly improve survival rates:

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FDA approves Viekira Pak for treatment of HCV

December 19, 2014
The FDA today approved a treatment for patients with hepatitis C virus genotype 1 infection, including those with cirrhosis, according to a press release. A…

Clinical setbacks integral to long-term success in HCV treatment

December 19, 2014
In a new report, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America examined the successes and failures of hepatitis C virus infection research and therapies since…
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Cryptosporidiosis outbreak linked to calves involved in rollover accident

December 19, 2014
An outbreak of six cases of cryptosporidiosis was identified among emergency responders to a rollover accident involving a tractor-trailer carrying approximately 350…

CMS releases new quality of care data on physicians, ACOs, hospitals

December 19, 2014
CMS released new data on the quality of care provided by physician group practices, hospitals and Accountable Care Organizations, according to the CMS Blog.Included in…
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Advances in Pharmacokinetic Enhancers in HIV Treatment: What You Need to Know to Optimize Outcomes

Advances in Pharmacokinetic Enhancers in HIV Treatment: What You Need to Know to Optimize Outcomes

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Protease inhibitors (PIs) have played an instrumental role in decreasing mortality andmorbidity among HIV-infected…
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Student education, immunization requirements necessary to prevent outbreaks on college campuses

November 28, 2014
NEW YORK — James C. Turner, MD, executive director of the department of student health and the National Social…
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Regimen Selection in HIV: Considering New Options to Optimize Outcomes

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Gilead Sciences Medical Affairs.

More than two decades into the antiretroviral therapy (ART) era, there are numerous options for HIV treatment. The goal…
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