Nigeria: Nigeria Poised to Be Declared Polio-Free in Six Months - Agency
[Premium Times] The Executive Director of the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA), Faisal Shuaib, says Nigeria will be declared polio-free in the next six months.
[SNA] Medeni -The Twon of al- Freijab in al- Gazera state has witnessed the launching of the joint campaign to eradicate measles, vitamin A deficiency and the eradication of poliomyelitis.
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[SNA] Medeni -The joint campaign to eradicate measles, poliomyelitis and vitamin A deficiency will begin on June 23 and continue to the second of July.
Non-polio enteroviruses are emerging viruses known to cause outbreaks of polio-like infections in different parts of the world with several cases already reported in Asia Pacific, Europe and in United States o...
Researchers identify a possible driver of acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like disease diagnosed in more than 500 children over the last few years.
[WHO] Abuja, 12 June 2019 - As the' world continues to observe International Environment Day that was held on 5 June 2019, Nigeria is intensifying environmental surveillance activities for polio.
Conclusions: We employed a closed-population study to generate AFM incidence, risk and outcome data. Our findings support previous reports of male sex and atopy as risk factors. Interval increase in incidence, predisposing Asian ancestry and history of head injury were unique findings to this study. Overall prognosis was better than prior reports, but recovery was incomplete in several patients.
Olivia Hanson, seven, from Grand Rapids, Michigan, was diagnosed with acute flaccid myelitis in September 2018 after she came down with a sore throat and a high fever.
This report provides the most recent data on the global fight to eradicate polio. Are we making progress?Morbidity &Mortality Weekly Report
(PLOS) Discovery of a new feature of a large class of pathogenic viruses may allow development of new antiviral medications for the common cold, polio, and other illnesses, according to a new study publishing June 11, 2019 in the open-access journal PLOS Biology by Rana Abdelnabi and Johan Neyts of the University of Leuven, Belgium, and James Geraets and Sarah Butcher of the University of Helsinki and their colleagues.