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Infectious Disease Advisor Articles
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- FDA: Docusate Sodium Solution Recalled Following Contamination Reports
- AIDS 2016 Data: Imprisonment Driving HIV, Hepatitis, TB Rates
- Consistent Use of Monthly Vaginal Ring Demonstrates Protective Effect Against HIV
- Health Officials Continuing Hep A Outbreak Investigation
- Top News: Hepatitis C Kills More Americans Than Any Other Infectious Disease
- FDA Officials Warn About Side Effects of Fluoroquinolones
- Exposure to Tobacco Smoke in Home Increases Risk For Respiratory, Other Illnesses
- Fluoroquinolone Restriction Program Reduces Hospital-Acquired C. Difficile
- Lung Ultrasounds Could Be A Safe and Effective Diagnostic Tool for Children With Pneumonia
- Vaccine Against Chlamydia Effective in Reducing Bacteria
- Injection Drug Use Leading to HIV Transmission in Certain Parts of the United States
- CDC: Assess Pregnant Women for Risk Factors of Hep C
- CDC Awards Millions To Enable States to Fight Zika Virus
- Meningitis B Vaccine Efficacy May Be Lower Than Expected
Review a major breakthrough in Hepatitis B research which focuses on a potential way to destroy the virus.