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Binh Phuoc works to tackle dengue, Zika virus (11/24/2016)

The health sector of the southern province of Binh Phuoc is implementing campaigns to fight dengue fever and zika virus-related diseases as the number of dengue cases is high.


Central localities work to tackle dengue fever (11/07/2016)

Central Da Nang city and Khanh Hoa province have been taking measures to fight dengue fever as infections are rising rapidly.


A protein in mosquito spit can keep Dengue virus in check (10/07/2016)

Mosquito saliva influences transmission of viruses to a bitten mammalian host. For example, it contains factors that dampen the host immune response and so facilitate infection. A study published inPLOS NTDsreports o­n a saliva protein with the opposite effect: D7, a protein present inAedes aegyptisaliva, binds to Dengue virus (DENV) and inhibits its transmission to human cells and mice.


HCM City records increasing dengue cases (09/23/2016)

As many as 11,000 dengue fever cases were reported in Ho Chi Minh City as of mid-September, up 32 percent against the same period last year.


New Dengue Vaccine Could Cause Serious Illness (09/12/2016)

The first vaccine marketed to prevent dengue fever could be making people sick, according to a new study. The authors are urging public health officials to consider carefully which individuals to vaccinate, to prevent severe illness.


 
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