1. "A new strain of Cholera infecting people from Gulf oysters"

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    On November 19, 2010, Michael Edward alerted everyone about how genetically engineered bacteria injected into the Gulf to consume the oil would cause horizontal gene transfers and bring about new…

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    • Novembre 2010-Radio resistance Haiti

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      (Cholera out break in Haiti U.N troops are responsable) No clean water for the population but then the rich elite drinks beer. And it takes clean water to make beer? Re­port on Haiti…

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      • Contagious Diseases During the 19th Century: Kingston, A Canadian Case Study (Full Version with Intro and Audience Questions)

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        Free public lecture presented by the Museum of Health Care on Thursday, February 24, 2011. The 19th century was a great transition period in the knowledge and understanding of contagious diseases,…

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        • Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Interventions for Eliminating Cholera on Hispaniola, Part 1

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          October 19, 2012, will mark the two-year anniversary of the cholera outbreak on the island of Hispaniola. Over the past two years a range of multilateral organizations, government agencies,…

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          • Hans Rosling 'Epidemiology for the bottom billion' - Pumphandle lecture 2011

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            http://www.johnsnowsociety.org Professor Hans Rosling trained in statistics and then medicine at Uppsala University in Sweden, receiving his medical degree in 1974. After further training in public…

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            • Blue Funk and Yellow Peril - Professor Sir Richard Evans FBA

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              ‘Asiatic cholera’, which arrived in Europe in the early nineteenth century, was widely seen as Asia’s revenge on Europe for the extension of European empires in the East. During the…

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              • January 12, 2011-- Haiti: One Year After the Quake

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                This Week on World of Hope... *ADRA President Rudi Maier updates the humanitarian organization's involvement in Haiti's recovery *David Dyjack explains the health crisises that still ravages the…

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                • Modelling the Spread of Infectious Diseases - Professor Raymond Flood

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                  Mapping the spread of disease is essential to preventing epidemics. The fascinating mathematics of infection is explained here: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/modelling-the-spread-of-infectious-diseases Mathematics…

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                  • Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Interventions for Eliminating Cholera on Hispaniola, Part 2

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                    October 19, 2012, will mark the two-year anniversary of the cholera outbreak on the island of Hispaniola. Over the past two years a range of multilateral organizations, government agencies,…

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                    • Continuing the Conversation - Killed Oral Cholera Vaccines for the Global Control of Cholera

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                      Continuing the Conversation Webinar, April 11, 2012 Speaker: John D. Clemens, MD Professor, Department of Epidemiology Founding Director, UCLA Center for Global Infectious Diseases UCLA Fielding…

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