Infection Control Find the newest stories covering infection and disease control in hospitals, care homes, and the general population. This section contains information on testing, monitoring, treatment options, vaccine development and distribution, as well as new policy decisions and best practices. Also included are announcements of educational and awareness campaigns. Follow new advances in infection control and prevention with releases about new study results and updated statistical data and analysis.

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A Direct Relief-chartered Boeing 747 departed John F. Kennedy International Airport September 20, 2014 with 100 tons of emergency medical assistance for communities gripped by Ebola. The airlift -- the largest to depart the U.S. since the outbreak began -- is bound for Liberia and Sierra Leone. (PRNewsFoto/Direct Relief)

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Tom Frieden, M.D., M.P.H., director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, led by example and got his flu vaccination at the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases news conference. Public health officials and medical experts encourage everyone 6 months and older to get vaccinated to protect themselves and those around them against influenza. (PRNewsFoto/NFID)

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