DRC Government Cracks Down on Patients Refusing Ebola Care
DRC Government Cracks Down on Patients Refusing Ebola Care
As cases ramp up in Democratic Republic of Congo, the government has banned housing Ebola victims and promises police escorts for health workers at burials.
DRC Government Cracks Down on Patients Refusing Ebola Care
DRC Government Cracks Down on Patients Refusing Ebola Care

As cases ramp up in Democratic Republic of Congo, the government has banned housing Ebola victims and promises police escorts for health workers at burials.

As cases ramp up in Democratic Republic of Congo, the government has banned housing Ebola victims and promises police escorts for health workers at burials.

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Global Virus Doc
Global Virus Doc
The Scientist Staff | Nov 1, 2018
Author and researcher Peter Hotez explains the campaign to combat neglected tropical diseases.
Thomas Frieden, Former CDC Chief, Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charges
Thomas Frieden, Former CDC Chief, Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charges
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 24, 2018
A woman told police in July that Frieden groped her in his Brooklyn apartment in October 2017.
Jury Finds Monsanto’s Roundup Responsible for Man’s Cancer
Jury Finds Monsanto’s Roundup Responsible for Man’s Cancer
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 13, 2018
A San Francisco court levels $289 Million in damages against the pesticide maker.
Rotavirus Vaccine’s Success Influenced By Gut Microbes
Rotavirus Vaccine’s Success Influenced By Gut Microbes
Abby Olena | Aug 8, 2018
Antibiotics boost men’s responses to the oral rotavirus vaccine.
New Ebola Outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo
New Ebola Outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 2, 2018
Four of six samples from the North Kivu province have tested positive for the virus.
Scientist Who Blew the Whistle on Flint Water Sues Activists
Scientist Who Blew the Whistle on Flint Water Sues Activists
Sukanya Charuchandra | Jul 27, 2018
Flint residents and activists wrote a letter in May calling out Marc Edwards for hurting their community. He says it’s defamation.
Proposed EPA “Transparency” Rule Criticized
Proposed EPA “Transparency” Rule Criticized
Shawna Williams | Jul 18, 2018
Opponents of the guidelines, which would bar results of many public health studies from use in policy making, include scientific and healthcare organizations.
EPA Stalls Release of Carcinogen Report
EPA Stalls Release of Carcinogen Report
Sukanya Charuchandra | Jul 9, 2018
An investigation by Politico finds the agency has been sitting on an assessment of formaldehyde’s cancer risks for a year and a half.
This Flu Season Killed 172 Kids
This Flu Season Killed 172 Kids
Sukanya Charuchandra | Jun 11, 2018
Vaccination reduced the risk of death by two-thirds for children with no other health problems.