Initial vaccine tests focus on safety, and researchers in both countries are trying out different doses of different types of shots. Second phase allows vaccines to be tested to look for signs that they protect against infection.
Currently, there are no approved medicines or preventive vaccines targeting the novel coronavirus, with most patients receiving only supportive care, such as help with their breathing.
Out of 50 US service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, 31 were treated in Iraq and returned to duty, says Pentagon official
The Epilepsy Foundation said the tweets, which contained "flashing or strobing lights," were targeted at the foundation's account and hashtags as they promoted National Epilepsy Awareness Month.
Parkinson's UK releases report to coincide with World Parkinson's Day today. Their study shows many people encounter prejudice resulting from mostly ignorance about the disease.
Cholera is a major concern for hundreds of thousands of Cyclone Idai survivors who are now living in squalid conditions.
Police arrested 55 people in Lusaka after residents rioted over a curfew and ban on street vending imposed to control a cholera outbreak, the Zambian government says.
Zion Harvey underwent surgery to replace both of his hands in July 2015 after having his hands and feet amputated at the age of two, following a sepsis infection.
Cholera is easily treatable, yet Yemeni authorities are struggling to fight a cholera epidemic that is spiralling out of control amid a brutal bombing campaign.
The drug made by AbbVie's performed better than a placebo in reducing symptoms in moderate-to-severe patients.
The UN agency has reported 1,360 cases of the diarrhoeal disease since April 27.
Medics and officials rush to rural Haiti to prevent a cholera outbreak in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, which has claimed the lives of nearly 900 people.
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