CDC Protects Employees from Infections, Lowers Costs

Every day, one out of 20 hospitalized patients has an infection caused by medical care. Healthcare-associated infections are costly to businesses and are potentially lethal to employees. CDC plays a vital role in helping businesses safeguard their workforces from infections.


Leveraging WHO Rotavirus Surveillance Networks for Diarrheal Pathogens

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infectious disease
Leveraging WHO Rotavirus Surveillance Networks for Diarrheal Pathogens
United States of America
To leverage World Health Organization (WHO) global rotavirus surveillance by using novel technology to achieve a better understanding of the role of enteric pathogens other than rotavirus in childhood diarrhea requiring hospitalization.
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History, Immunity and Transmission Patterns of Sapovirus

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infectious disease
History, Immunity and Transmission Patterns of Sapovirus
United States of America
To conduct a birth cohort study in Nicaragua to better understand the epidemiology, immunity and transmission patterns of sapovirus using next-generation sequencing strategies.

Immunologic Endpoints Against Young Infant Group B Streptococcal Disease

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infectious disease
Immunologic Endpoints Against Young Infant Group B Streptococcal Disease
United States of America
To provide a case-control study comparing naturally occurring group B strep antibodies in young infants with invasive disease versus controls will establish antibody thresholds associated with protection and inform decisions about future maternal Group B Streptococcus vaccine licensure.

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