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  • Tue, Nov. 29, 3:12 AM
    • Texas has reported its first home-grown case of Zika virus - making it the second U.S. state with mosquitoes spreading the disease.
    • It's a long-feared development but not a surprising one. Like Florida, South Texas is home to the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that spread Zika and also hosts many travelers to and from countries where the virus has been spreading.
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    | Tue, Nov. 29, 3:12 AM | 6 Comments
  • Thu, Nov. 10, 4:23 PM
    • Aethlon Medical (NASDAQ:AEMD): FQ2 EPS of -$0.29
    • Revenue of $0.4M (+100.0% Y/Y)
    • Press Release
    | Thu, Nov. 10, 4:23 PM
  • Fri, Oct. 14, 2:28 AM
    • Florida officials have announced a new area of Zika transmission in Miami, which has already infected five individuals, and called on the federal government for funding to help fight the virus.
    • It's the third established outbreak in the city, a hot zone for Zika because it has both the Aedes mosquitoes that transmit the disease, and an influx of travelers from other areas where the virus is spreading.
    • Related tickers: SNY, ABT, INO, AEMD, XON, CEMI, BCRX, TMO, OSUR, OTCQB:GOVX
    | Fri, Oct. 14, 2:28 AM | 17 Comments
  • Wed, Oct. 5, 5:35 AM
    • Florida officials are warning that Hurricane Matthew could complicate efforts to control Zika by interrupting mosquito-spraying efforts and boosting numbers of the biting bugs that spread the virus.
    • The warnings come as authorities reported six new suspected non-travel-related Zika cases in Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County, bringing the number of cases where local mosquitoes are believed to have caused infections to 139.
    • Related tickers: SNY, ABT, INO, AEMD, XON, CEMI, BCRX, TMO, OTCQB:GOVX, OSUR
    | Wed, Oct. 5, 5:35 AM | 22 Comments
  • Tue, Sep. 13, 2:49 AM
    • After meeting with the top four congressional leaders on Monday, President Obama said he was encouraged that lawmakers would be able to reach an agreement on funding to fight the Zika virus.
    • In February, Obama had asked Congress to approve $1.9B in emergency funds to battle Zika with diagnostic tools and vaccines, but disagreements over side issues related to abortion led to divisions about full funding.
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    | Tue, Sep. 13, 2:49 AM | 19 Comments
  • Fri, Sep. 9, 5:34 AM
    • Pre-dawn aerial spraying for Zika-carrying mosquitoes has begun in Miami Beach, but it's bugging out some locals due to health concerns surrounding insecticide Naled.
    • Originally scheduled for Thursday, the spraying was delayed for a day after angry residents protested.
    • So far there have been 56 locally transmitted and 596 travel-related Zika cases in Florida. According to the CDC, there are 2,977 cases of the virus in the continental U.S.
    • Related tickers: SNY, ABT, INO, AEMD, XON, CEMI, BCRX, TMO, OTCQB:GOVX, OSUR
    | Fri, Sep. 9, 5:34 AM | 40 Comments
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  • Sun, Aug. 28, 12:52 PM
    • Singapore authorities have identified 41 Zika cases that were transmitted locally, and warned that they expect to find more.
    • The cases appear to be the largest single beachhead the virus has made in Asia in the current epidemic, which has also been detected in countries like Bangladesh, Malaysia and the Philippines.
    • On Thursday, China added the U.S. to a list of Zika-infected countries, worrying U.S. exporters, who fear they will be required to fumigate containers destined for Chinese ports.
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    | Sun, Aug. 28, 12:52 PM | 18 Comments
  • Fri, Aug. 26, 11:01 AM
    • The FDA revises its guidance on screening whole blood and blood components for the Zika virus. It now recommends all U.S. states and territories implement testing to ensure the safety of the blood supply. Collection/processing centers can use either an investigational test authorized by the FDA under an IND or a licensed test when available.
    • In February, the agency recommended the safety measure only in areas with active Zika virus transmission. All such areas (i.e., FL and Puerto Rico) are now in compliance with the guidance.
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    | Fri, Aug. 26, 11:01 AM | 1 Comment
  • Sun, Aug. 21, 8:56 AM
    • Federal health officials are warning pregnant women and their partners not to travel to Miami Beach after Florida confirmed that the mosquito-borne Zika virus was active in the popular tourist destination.
    • The CDC also suggested that pregnant women who are especially worried about Zika exposure might consider avoiding all of Miami-Dade County.
    • Other fears? In addition to causing the birth defect microcephaly, a new study from Rockefeller University and La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology suggests the virus may cause brain damage in adults as well.
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    | Sun, Aug. 21, 8:56 AM | 50 Comments
  • Sun, Aug. 14, 1:03 PM
    • Three new non-travel cases of the Zika virus have been found in Florida, including another person who doesn't live in the one-square-mile area believed to be the hub of local transmission, bringing the number of cases confirmed there so far to 28.
    • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning two weeks ago for pregnant women to avoid this area of Miami. Zika has been shown to cause birth defects, including microcephaly, which causes severe developmental problems.
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    | Sun, Aug. 14, 1:03 PM | 25 Comments
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  • Fri, Aug. 12, 4:38 AM
    • The Obama administration will transfer a total of $81M within the Department of Health and Human Services to work on Zika vaccines amid an increase in cases in the United States.
    • The money is intended to keep research going despite the lack of funding from U.S. lawmakers, who left for summer recess before allocating funds to halt the spread of the virus.
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    | Fri, Aug. 12, 4:38 AM | 23 Comments
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