Scientists have determined that one man has been shedding poliovirus for 28 years. What does this mean for polio eradication efforts?
It's not over just because there aren't any more new cases, a new study shows.
Experts are debating whether an Ebola vaccine can eradicate the disease in 2015. They’re getting way ahead of themselves.
Trapped by the Cold War and scarred after a failed revolution, Hungary fought one of its greatest battles against polio.
As feared, the possibility of once rare or neglected diseases slopping out of the cauldron that is Syria is becoming more real.
The oral vaccination used in the world's largest global health campaign, a successor to that first developed by Dr. Hilary Koprowski, who passed away this past weekend, comes with its own set of risks.