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South Korea Authorizes Prison Time for MERS Patients Who Break Quarantine – TIME

TIME South Korea Authorizes Prison Time for MERS Patients Who Break QuarantineTIMESouth Korea tightened quarantine restrictions on patients at risk of being infected with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome virus, declaring that those who defy orders or lie about their potential exposure are now subject to prison terms. Health officials …S Korea passeslaw to curb MERS spreadTODAYonlineDeath... 

Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changer – Washington Post

Fox News Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changerWashington PostPublic health officials may soon be able to screen patients for Ebola at border crossings and hospitals with a finger-prick blood test that takes mere minutes. The development of the rapid diagnostic test, reported in The Lancet Thursday, represents a …Researchers frustrated by failure to roll... 

Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changer – Washington Post

IBNLive Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changerWashington PostPublic health officials may soon be able to screen patients for Ebola at border crossings and hospitals with a finger-prick blood test that takes mere minutes. The development of the rapid diagnostic test, reported in The Lancet Thursday, represents a …Rapid-detection Ebola test could be game-changerCBS... 

Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changer – Washington Post

Fox News Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changerWashington PostPublic health officials may soon be able to screen patients for Ebola at border crossings and hospitals with a finger-prick blood test that takes mere minutes. The development of the rapid diagnostic test, reported in The Lancet Thursday, represents a …Researchers frustrated by failure to roll... 

Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changer – Washington Post

NDTV Nearly instantaneous, finger-prick test for Ebola could be game changerWashington PostPublic health officials may soon be able to screen patients for Ebola at border crossings and hospitals with a finger-prick blood test that takes mere minutes. The development of the rapid diagnostic test, reported in The Lancet Thursday, represents a …Researchers frustrated by failure to roll... 
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