The United States was the site of the first monkeypox outbreak outside Africa, in 2003.
Tom Price is in the West African country to survey its post-Ebola recovery and offer U.S. support.
“I guess it just feels like you have bugs underneath your skin, crawling around in these little tunnels.”
Some of the best medicine is being practiced by doctors whose patients aren’t human.
Mice bred with the gene are immune to mad cow disease.
Workers are protesting after not receiving their hazard pay for dangerous working conditions
Incinerated items belonging to Thomas Duncan may remain in Texas because of fear of spreading the disease.
The deadly virus may have arrived in America's most crowded, populous city with a man who recently visited west Africa
How blood transfusions may have saved seven Ebola patients 20 years ago
The decades-long race to create a malaria vaccine may be on the edge of a breakthrough
Sheik Umar Khan, 39, has treated more than 100 victims