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New MoA Success Drives Provocative Research with Broad Implications

Impact of ivermectin in onchocerciasis control could be just the beginning The iconic story behind onchocerciasis elimination efforts offers lessons that extend well into the [...]
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Register Now for January Virtual Summit:
SOLUTIONS FOR FLOODWATER MOSQUITO CONTROL

Valent Biosciences (VBC) has announced two virtual summits in January 2021 providing expert training and analysis pertaining to the control of Floodwater Mosquitos: one each [...]
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Social Determinants Highlight New Public Health Goals

Socioeconomic inequality drives inequities in health In the updated Healthy People goals for 2030, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is bringing important [...]
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Homemade Masks can be Effective or Risky

Making, rather than purchasing, face masks may be a cheaper alternative during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a new study conducted by the University of Cambridge [...]
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It All Started with a Gift

Merck’s commitment to donate ivermectin for onchocerciasis control in the late 80s was only the beginning of the challenge to deliver the intervention to those [...]
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New Study Shows Artificial Light Impacts Aedes Behavior

A new study from researchers at the University of Notre Dame suggests that light pollution may increase risk of human exposure to mosquito-borne diseases. The [...]