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News Analysis: The Ethics of Hunting Down ‘Patient Zero’

News Analysis: The Ethics of Hunting Down ‘Patient Zero’

Mary Mallon, foreground, became known as Typhoid Mary and died after being quarantined for 23 years.
News Analysis: The Ethics of Hunting Down ‘Patient Zero’

News Analysis: The Ethics of Hunting Down ‘Patient Zero’

Mary Mallon, foreground, became known as Typhoid Mary and died after being quarantined for 23 years.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.
Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

Matter: Ebola Evolved Into Deadlier Enemy During the African Epidemic

A burial team in Bong County, Liberia, buried a suspected Ebola victim in October 2014. The Ebola epidemic that hit West Africa that year claimed 11,310 lives.

Despite Vaccination Efforts Measles Kills 350 Children a Day, Report Says

A study by Unicef, the World Health Organization and other health agencies suggests that vaccines saved 20.3 million young lives between 2000 and 2015, but that there are still problem areas.

Despite Vaccination Efforts Measles Kills 350 Children a Day, Report Says

A study by Unicef, the World Health Organization and other health agencies suggests that vaccines saved 20.3 million young lives between 2000 and 2015, but that there are still problem areas.
Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says

Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says

Nine photos taken in September 2016 of infants who were born with microcephaly in Pernambuco state, Brazil. W.H.O. declared an end to the global health emergency for the virus on Friday.
Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says

Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says

Nine photos taken in September 2016 of infants who were born with microcephaly in Pernambuco state, Brazil. W.H.O. declared an end to the global health emergency for the virus on Friday.
Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says

Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says

Nine photos taken in September 2016 of infants who were born with microcephaly in Pernambuco state, Brazil. W.H.O. declared an end to the global health emergency for the virus on Friday.
Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

A child being vaccinated against yellow fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July.
Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

A child being vaccinated against yellow fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July.
Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

Global Health: Yellow Fever Epidemic in Africa Shows Gaps in Vaccine Pipeline

A child being vaccinated against yellow fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo in July.

Colombia Reports Major Rise in Birth Defect Amid Zika Crisis

Four times as many babies were born with microcephaly this year as in 2015 in Colombia, home to the second-largest Zika epidemic after Brazil.

Colombia Reports Major Rise in Birth Defect Amid Zika Crisis

Four times as many babies were born with microcephaly this year as in 2015 in Colombia, home to the second-largest Zika epidemic after Brazil.

Colombia Reports Major Rise in Birth Defect Amid Zika Crisis

Four times as many babies were born with microcephaly this year as in 2015 in Colombia, home to the second-largest Zika epidemic after Brazil.
Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Workers from an Ebola isolation ward in Monrovia, Liberia, which was originally built by the United States Agency for International Development. Experts and government officials say they have no idea
Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Workers from an Ebola isolation ward in Monrovia, Liberia, which was originally built by the United States Agency for International Development. Experts and government officials say they have no idea
New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

New Ebola Vaccine Gives 100 Percent Protection

Health workers in November 2015 with Mibemba Soumah, infected by Ebola, at a treatment center in Conakry, Guinea.