- Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceMay 13 06:00 AM
GeoVax Labs, Inc. , a biotechnology company developing innovative human vaccines using its novel platform technology, today announced its financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2015, and ...
Research and Markets: Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever Pipeline Review 2015 - 6 Companies & 6 Drug ProfilesBusiness Wire via Yahoo! FinanceMay 20 03:08 AM
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever - Pipeline Review, H1 2015" report to their offering.
- DiscoverMay 08 12:52 PM
Doctors are learning that Ebola has a nasty habit of sticking around. Dr. Ian Crozier, who worked with the World Health Organization in Sierra Leone, thought he had won his life-threatening battle against Ebola in October, but two months later he was back in the hospital complaining of intense eye pain and fading sight. Doctors discovered the Ebola virus was still living in his eye, and, in a ...
- Seattle TimesMay 07 06:06 PM
Despite the infection within his eye, Crozier’s tears and the surface of his eye were virus-free, so he posed no risk to anyone who had casual contact with him.
- Stars and StripesMay 02 06:30 AM
A Liberian woman appears to have contracted Ebola from unprotected sex with a man who survived the virus, health officials said today.
- KFVE HonoluluMay 20 11:35 AM
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The University of Hawaii is working to develop a vaccine aimed at protecting humans against the Ebola virus, officials announced Wednesday.
- CNBCMay 08 01:51 PM
Ian Crozier, who survived Ebola, calls himself a poster child for 'post-Ebola syndrome,' which is also being reported in W. Africa, NYT reports.
- Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceMay 19 06:00 AM
GeoVax Labs, Inc. , a biotechnology company developing innovative human vaccines against Ebola virus and HIV using its novel platform technology, today announced that it will present at the 2015 Marcum ...
- The AgeMay 07 11:37 PM
When he was released from Emory University Hospital in October after a long, brutal fight with Ebola that nearly ended his life, Dr. Ian Crozier's medical team thought he was cured. But less than two months later, he was back at the hospital with fading sight, intense pain and soaring pressure in his left eye.
- GizmodoMay 07 05:04 PM
After working as a doctor in an Ebola-stricken nation, Ian Crozier felt like he had something in his left eye. He was right: a live, replicating reservoir of the Ebola virus. Read more...
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