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Paranaguá has 7 cases of Dengue Type 2

Agora Litoral The official detection of dengue cases in Paranaguá is becoming more and more worrying. The latest bulletin released this week reports that 9 people with the disease were registered in the city, 7 of them with type 2. Two more patients became ill with type 1, which caused 29 deaths in the community in 2015, causing about 80 …

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With 131 new patients in one week, SC adds 573 cases of dengue fever

Santa Catarina has 573 cases of dengue confirmed until 11 May 2019. The data comes from the latest report of the Santa Catarina epidemiological surveillance office (Dive / SC), which was released on Friday (17). Compared to the previous May 10 bulletin, there were an increase of 131 new cases in just one week. The survey also shows that of …

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Generic version of the HIV prevention pill to be launched in 2021

A generic version of the drug for the prevention of HIV is expected to be launched in 2021. The pharmaceutical company Gilead, which owns the patent for the manufacture and sale of the drug for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), will accept it with Teva. With Gilead retaining exclusive rights for the next 15 months, the company expects the product will not …

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All About Mayaro Fever: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Diagnosis

Mayaro fever is an acute febrile infectious disease caused by arboviruses (mosquitoes) and dengue, zika and chikungunya. Normally, after one or two weeks, the patient recovers completely from Mayaro fever. The Mayara virus (MAYV) is an arbovirus of the Togaviridae family, the genus Alphavirus, whose main vector is the haemagogus mosquito, which lives in wilder habitats such as forests or …

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Belo Horizonte records second flu death this year | Minas Gerais

The Municipal Health Department confirmed on Saturday (18) the second influenza death in Belo Horizonte this year. As of Thursday (16), 28 cases of influenza were recorded, including 26 influenza A (H1N1), one B and one non-subtipal. So far, 562 cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome have been confirmed. The first death from the H1N1 virus in Belo Horizonte was …

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Campinas surpasses the national average of vaccinations

Divulgao The influenza vaccination campaign runs until 31 May in the 66 Campinas health centers PHOTO: NAILANA THIELY / ASCOM UEPA DATE: 14.06.2017 BELM – PAR The Campinas Ministry of Health published a new quarterly report on the 2019 influenza vaccine campaign on Friday (17). A total of 172,422 vaccine doses were administered, representing a vaccine coverage of 63% of …

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Salvador reports four deaths from influenza in May alone

Salvador had four more deaths from influenza until the first half of May. A 55-year-old male and three older women (73, 81 and 97 years, respectively) were the deadly victims of subtypes H1N1 and H3N2 in pathology. None of the victims had been vaccinated during this year's vaccination campaign against the disease. The number of deaths caused by flu complications …

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During intercourse man is contaminated by amebiasis

In an unusual transmission, experts are fascinated by the case of a Frenchman who suffered an amoebiasis . This fact was published in the journal BMJ Case Reports . The parasite was in the body of the man who had not left France, and the disease had its origins in tropical countries. Normally, contamination by food or water contaminated with …

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