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Liberia confirmed a third Ebola case on July 1, nearly two months after it was declared Ebola free, and officials said they were investigating whether the disease had spread through animals before resurfacing.
GENEVA – Agence France-Presse
A U.N.-sponsored independent report by experts denounced May 11 the World Health Organization’s (WHO) slow response to the Ebola crisis
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
The latest in a string of candidate vaccines against the deadly Ebola virus was proven safe in an early trial in healthy adults in China, its developers said Wednesday.
Mesude Erşan - ISTANBUL
Turkey will be caught in a “chronic disease storm” over the next 20 years, Professor Gökhan Hotamışlıgil, a world renowned geneticist, has warned
GENEVA - Agence France-Presse
The first large-scale trial of an Ebola vaccine will begin in Guinea at the weekend, the World Health Organization said March 5, weeks after a similar test kicked off in neighbouring Liberia
UNITED NATIONS, United States - Agence France-Presse
Norway ranks as the world's best place to be a mother, well ahead of the United States which dropped to the 33rd spot in the annual scorecard released by Save the Children on May 4
TOKYO - Agence France-Presse
The world's oldest person Misao Okawa, a mother of three, grandmother of four and great-grandmother of six, turned 117 on Thursday in western Japan
The Turkish Health Ministry banned the sale of cancer drugs in pharmacies as of July 1
Ebola-hit Sierre Leone and Guinea saw an increase in the last week in unsafe burials that risk spreading the disease, the World Health Organization reported.
MOBILE, Alabama - The Associated Press
The University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital said in a statement on its Facebook account that the condition affects fewer than 40 other people around the world.
The World Health Organization will soon open an office in Turkey after a regulation from the cabinet to that effect was published in the Official Gazette on Feb. 11
CAIRO - Reuters
A team from a Spanish university has discovered what Egyptian authorities are calling the world’s oldest evidence of breast cancer in the 4,200-year-old skeleton of an adult woman.
A report prepared by the Department of Cancer outlining the average life expectancy of cancer patients has stirred debate among the medical community in Turkey.
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