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Pledges of $3.4 bln for Ebola recovery made at United Nations

Some $3.4 billion in pledges were made at the United Nations on Friday to help Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea stamp out Ebola and begin rebuilding health systems and economies devastated by the worst outbreak on record of the deadly hemorrhagic fever.

No mutation in MERS virus found in S.Korea

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Ebola vaccines racing forward at record pace

On 2 September, a 39-year-old woman in Bethesda, Maryland, received a novel Ebola vaccine never given to humans before. In as little as 2 months, this same vaccine may go into the arms of thousands of health care workers and other first-line responders to the Ebola epidemic now wreaking havoc in West Africa. No experimental vaccine has ever been on a faster track toward widespread use. “It’s absolutely unprecedented,” said Marie-Paule Kieny, an assistant director-general at the World Health Organization (WHO).

18 pharmaceutical companies behind U.S. pressure on TPP

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As the U.S. flu season soars, the CDC says this year's flu vaccine doesn't match two of the three main types of flu bugs now in circulation.

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UW study gives hope for anxiety disorder

When a child encounters strangers, it is normal for him to freeze and be quiet for a few moments. When that child's reaction lasts too long or he is too apprehensive, he may have a disorder known as anxious temperament, a risk factor for depression or other anxiety disorders that develop later in life.

350,000 new breast cancer cases detected annually in EU

About 350,000 new cases of breast cancer are detected in the European Union (EU) and some 130,000 women die of it each year, according to a statement released by the European Commission (EC) here Wednesday.

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