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The buzz about mutating mosquitoes
Thu, Apr 23 2015. 12 47 PM

The buzz about mutating mosquitoes

Standard repellents are fast proving to be ineffective as mosquitoes mutate and adapt to new environs, leading to higher health risks
India is the worst in terms of dengue cases: Oxitec’s Kevin Gorman
Tue, Apr 21 2015. 05 02 PM

India is the worst in terms of dengue cases: Oxitec’s Kevin Gorman

Gorman, senior field operations manager at Oxitec, speaks about how genetically modified mosquitoes fight dengue
Now, a 10-min strip test for Ebola, dengue
Wed, Feb 25 2015. 02 04 PM

Now, a 10-min strip test for Ebola, dengue

The strips are colour-coded in a way that they can differentiate between several diseases
WHO urges developing countries to fight neglected tropical diseases
Thu, Feb 19 2015. 10 48 AM

WHO urges developing countries to fight neglected tropical diseases

WHO forecasted a total of $34 billion needed to fight NTDs for the next 16 years
Noted journalist B.G. Verghese dies at 87
Tue, Dec 30 2014. 09 21 PM

Noted journalist B.G. Verghese dies at 87

Former editor of Hindustan Times and Indian Express, Verghese was diagnosed for dengue a month back and was suffering from low-grade fever
Dengue targeted by antibody with hope for vaccine
Mon, Dec 15 2014. 10 09 PM

Dengue targeted by antibody with hope for vaccine

The antibodies are effective against all four dengue viruses, says an article published in Nature Immunology
10 years of Grand Challenges have little to show for $1 billion spending
Mon, Nov 10 2014. 01 11 AM

10 years of Grand Challenges have little to show for $1 billion spending

Why is it that after 10 years, 1,628 grants and nearly $1 billion of spending, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has nothing grand to show for its investment
Sanofi seeks India licence for world’s first dengue vaccine
Wed, Nov 05 2014. 12 15 AM

Sanofi seeks India licence for world’s first dengue vaccine

Sanofi Pasteur gets ‘very encouraging’ results during CYD15’s final phase III clinical trial in Latin America
Ebola a humanitarian catastrophe: Peter Piot
Wed, Oct 29 2014. 12 16 AM

Ebola a humanitarian catastrophe: Peter Piot

Piot says India should be vigilant as early symptoms of the virus are similar to diseases such as malaria, dengue
Dengue cases in Delhi cross 200; rise of over 42% in 1 week
Tue, Oct 21 2014. 01 32 PM

Dengue cases in Delhi cross 200; rise of over 42% in 1 week

October so far has seen the highest number of cases of dengue this season, with 105 cases reported till 18 October

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