Tag: disease prevention and control
U.S. researchers are testing two new Ebola vaccines in a clinical trial, hoping to offer long-lasting immunity against deadly strains of the Ebola virus.
The world has pledged more than $100 million in humanitarian aid to Venezuela. On February 14, the interim government gathered donors to discuss the crisis.
In a single shot, a universal vaccine could protect patients for their lifetime from multiple existing or future strains of influenza virus.
The humanitarian crisis in Venezuela has led to a shortage of food and medical supplies, causing millions of people to go hungry and flee their homes.
A worsening heath crisis in Venezuela, brought on by the Maduro regime's corruption, has led to a sharp spike in infant death.
Secretary Pompeo reaffirms U.S. support to the victims of the socialist Nicolás Maduro regime in Venezuela.
Girls and young women account for 74 percent of new HIV infections among adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa. The DREAMS initiative is reducing that number.
The U.S. global AIDS relief initiative has helped millions of people since it was created 15 years ago. Meet one of them.
December 1 is World AIDS Day. See the latest figures showing the millions of lives saved through the U.S. global AIDS relief initiative called PEPFAR.