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Call to Action from noted infectiousdiseases experts published in the IJID: Guidelines for Treatment of Ebola Patients Are Urgently Needed.

IMED 2014 Scientifc Session slide presentations now available.

The International Journal of Infectious Diseases marks World TB Day 2015 with the publication of a special issue presenting the most recent developments in TB treatment, prevention and research. IJID Special TB issue.

The Faculty of Biology and the University of Medicine and Lausanne Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) invite applications for the post of Associate Professor and chief physician in the Department of Infectious Diseases. Link

WAAAR Declaration: ISID supports the World Alliance Against Antibiotic Resistance (WAAAR) in its global fight against antibiotic resistance. The full declaration: pdf

"Ebola Prevention and Control," a guide to managing, preventing and controlling Ebola and other viral haemorrhagic fevers, especially in resource-limited settings, written by ISID council member, Prof. Shaheen Mehtar, is now available. Link.

Hear Larry Madoff, Editor of ProMED-mail, describe some of the most
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