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Monkeypox: another virus with new symptoms and a specific guide to action

[ad_1] Monkeypox doesn’t spread easily between people as you might think. Through this work, general guidelines are offered for a better understanding of this virus. Infection occurs through close contact with infected skin, body fluids or respiratory droplets from an infected person you are having sex with. Sure, it’s about another virus that of smallpox …

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Monkeypox: Mexico steps up alert after WHO statement, should we be worried?

[ad_1] Written in NATIONAL the 07/24/2022 8:51 am After the World Health Organization (WHO) declared an international health emergency in at least 75 countries due to cases of monkeypox, the Mexican government sounded the alarm for the country and stepped up prevention, control and surveillance. In a statement, the Ministry of Health reported that the …

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Spanish researchers discover a “weak spot” in tumors resistant to many drugs

[ad_1] That’s what researchers at the National Cancer Research Center (CNIO) found out cell lines one of the causes for multi-resistance and a strategy potential for fight it. One of major challenges in cancer is to understand why it patients the they don’t answer to the treatments. In some cases, tumors present what is known …

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Marburg virus, symptoms and routes of infection of the highly contagious disease reactivated in Africa

[ad_1] Since the pandemic Coronavirus landed in our lives, many others seem to follow. Diseases what did you think eradicatedor deactivated for years, make themselves felt buds in countries where they are not endemic. All these diseases that should be “eliminated” worry the organizations precisely because of their chained appearance at a time when we …

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