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CNNDays after the U.S. government announced upcoming trials for an H1N1 flu vaccine, Saint Louis University has been inundated with phone calls and e-mails from people volunteering ...
By Judith Graham The Chicago TribuneCHICAGO — No matter what doctors did, the baby's oxygen levels kept dropping.Drug-resistant bacteria were eating holes in the lungs of ...
By Kristen Wyatt The Associated PressLOVELAND, Colo. — Summer camps are contending with more than bug bites and poison ivy this year: They're on the lookout for swine ...
By David S. Martin CNNLONG BEACH, Calif. — For years, Alfonso Torress-Cook followed the rules in his quest to eliminate hospital-acquired infections. Patients at his hospital ...
CDC will help determine likelihood of nationwide voluntary inoculations for H1N1 virus in the fall ...
By Elizabeth Landau CNNATLANTA — Questions abound about how to best inoculate the world against swine flu as health officials plan for a campaign that could dwarf any ...
ATLANTA — A potential fall swine flu immunization campaign may involve an unprecedented 600 million doses of vaccine, but health officials are still trying to figure out how ...
By Mike Clary and Bob Lamendola The Orlando SentinelMIAMI— A 9-year-old-boy from Miami has become the first person in the state to die from the H1N1 swine flu, state and ...
By Edith Lederer The Associated PressGENEVA — The swine flu pandemic will demonstrate "in extremely tragic ways" the consequences of the failure to promote public ...
By Linda Johnson The Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. — Concerned over the surge of phony swine flu treatments hawked on the Internet, the Food and Drug Administration has ...
The World Health Organization raises alert Thursday to its highest level as H1N1 spreads to more countries ...
By Doug Tsuruoka Investor's Business Daily BOSTON — Gregory Rutledge keeps a scrap of fabric in his office that might go a long way in fighting diseases like swine flu.The ...
By Franks Jordans and Maria Cheng The Associated Press GENEVA — The head of the World Health Organization quizzed health officials from several nations in a conference call ...
The Associated Press NORFOLK, Va. — The Navy is reporting 21 cases of swine flu on board the USS Iwo Jima.Navy spokesman Cmd. Cappy Surette says the Centers for Disease ...
By Omar Sinan The Associated Press CAIRO — A foreign students' dormitory for the American University in Cairo has been put under 24 quarantine Monday after two U.S. students ...
By Carrie Antlfinger The Associated PressMILWAUKEE — Health officials in Wisconsin, California, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Utah reported deaths from swine flu on Thursday, ...
WINNIPEG, Canada — Winnipeg paramedics who transported northern Manitoba patients suspected of having swine flu might have contracted the H1N1 influenza A virus that causes ...
By Mike Stobbe Associated PressATLANTA — Scientists have identified a lethal new virus in Africa that causes bleeding like the dreaded Ebola virus.The so-called ...
The Associated PressGENEVA — The World Health Organization raised its global tally of swine flu infections to 15,510 Friday, an increase of more than 2,000 cases in two ...
By Verena Dobnik Associated Press Writer NEW YORK — The world's swine flu death toll reached 100 as two more New Yorkers died while infected with a virus that has sickened ...