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The Zika Fear: There’s Still Time to Stop Rio’s Olympic Games

Since the outbreak of the Zika virus in Latin America in May 2015, Brazilian ...

Brazil Says It’s Ready to Protect the Country Against Ebola

Faced with increasing global concern about an Ebola epidemic in West Africa which has ...

Brazil Chosen by World Health Organization As Model in Psychiatric Treatment

A group of ten countries formed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to serve ...

Another Brazilian Dies from Yellow Fever and Foreigners Are Told to Get Vaccine

Foreign travelers to Brazil who intend to visit rural and forested areas are being ...

40% of Young Brazilians Don’t Know How AIDS Is Transmitted

600 thousand of Latin America’s total of 1.8 million HIV carriers live in Brazil, ...

Brazilian Anti-Smoking Activists Play Hardball with Congressmen

Representatives of Brazil’s medical associations and non-governmental organizations, as well as victims of tobacco-related ...

Brazil Offers to Produce Asian Bird Flu Vaccine for Global Consumption

Brazil presented a proposal to the World Health Organization (WHO) to be chosen as ...

In AIDS Treatment, Gap Between Lab and Field Must Be Narrowed, Says Brazil’s Meeting

To achieve universal access to HIV prevention and treatment, the scientific and public health ...

Latin America Mother’s Milk Bank Modeled After Brazil

Brazil has the largest network of mother’s milk banks in the world, according to ...

Planning a Planetary Zero Hunger in Brazil

The war on hunger is one of the themes that will be discussed at ...

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