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Issues Available

Volume 21, Number 3—March 2015




Volume 21, Number 4—April 2015


  • Reappearance of Chikungunya, Formerly Called Dengue, in the Americas
    S. B. Halstead
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    This zoonosis, originally called dengue, causes global pandemics among humans every 40–50 years.


  • Animal-Associated Exposure to Rabies Virus among Travelers, 1997–2012
    P. Gautret et al.
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    Most exposures occurred among short-term tourists to Asia; no demographic characteristics identified who might benefit from pretravel counseling.

  • Evolution of Ebola Virus Disease from Exotic Infection to Global Health Priority, Liberia, Mid-2014
    M. Arwady et al.
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    As Ebola virus disease spread across Liberia, the scale of the epidemic required a multi-faceted public health response.


  • Population Structure and Antimicrobial Drug Susceptibility of Invasive Serotype IV Group B Streptococci, Toronto, Canada
    S. Teatero et al.
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    Conjugate vaccines should include polysaccharide or virulence proteins of this serotype to provide complete protection.

  • Norovirus Genotype Profiles Associated with Foodborne Transmission, 1999–2012
    L. Verhoef et al.
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    Globally, foodborne transmission accounted for 14% of all outbreaks.



Online Report

Volume 21, Number 5—May 2015


  • Protective Antibodies against Placental Malaria and Poor Outcomes during Pregnancy, Benin
    N. T. Ndam et al.
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    Immunity requires a vaccine that inhibits binding of infected erythrocytes to chondroitin sulfate.


  • Canine Infections with Onchocerca lupi Nematodes, United States, 2011–2014
    D. Otranto et al.


  • Pin-Site Myiasis Caused by Screwworm Fly, Colombia
    F. J. Africano et al.
  • Ebola and Psychological Stress of Health Care Professionals
    M. Lehmann et al.