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An Explosion Rocked a Russian Pathogen Lab That Stores Ebola, Smallpox

The incident highlights the risks of researching and storing lethal pathogens.
Matthew Gault
2 days ago
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The Second-Deadliest Outbreak of Ebola Ever is About to Spread to a Third Country

A second case in the Congolese border city Goma is raising fears the outbreak will spread into Rwanda.
David Gilbert
7.31.19
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The Congo's Ebola Outbreak Just Reached a Crisis Level Seen Only 5 Other Times

“The reality check is that a year into the epidemic, it's still not under control, and we are not where we should be."
David Gilbert
7.18.19
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Here’s how the DRC fought off an Ebola outbreak

“The objective is to contain the chain of transmission.”
Angad Singh
6.24.18
ebola

Congo’s deadly Ebola outbreak just reached a city of 1 million people

“The arrival of Ebola in an urban area is very concerning."
Tim Hume
5.17.18
disease

Sleeping Sickness Is Harder for Scientists to Beat Than Ebola

A disease that killed millions in the 20th century still lingers.
Michael Regnier
11.15.17
Race against time

We went looking for survivors of Sierra Leone's deadly mudslide

VICE News
8.17.17
Impact Health

Trump's CDC and USAID Vacancies Are a National Security Risk

“Pandemics don’t know borders.”
Kimberly Lawson
4.27.17
old school, meet new school

Should Traditional Healers be Regulated by Modern Medicine?

The benefits of cooperation between mainstream and traditional medicine are clear and strong—but there's no consensus about how to make it official.
Mark Hay
4.24.17
disaster response

Is Trump Prepared for the Next Epidemic?

Another outbreak will come, whether we’re ready or not.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.9.17
humans of the year

The Vaccine Hunter: Nelson Michael Is Working to End Humanity’s Worst Diseases

From Ebola, to Zika, to HIV, Dr. Nelson Michael isn’t afraid of a challenge.
Kaleigh Rogers
2.3.17
Daily Buzzkill

Trump is Ruining Our Health on a Global Scale Now

Presidents in both parties have historically regarded global health initiatives as a way to ensure security and fulfill a moral imperative to help others in need. That's all going to hell now.
Vishal Khetpal
2.1.17
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