New and old illnesses keep infectious disease physicians busy

Nesli Basgoz woke up early last month thinking about a patient.

She hospitalised a young, previously healthy male with fever, sweats, enlarged glands, and a rash five days before

Basgoz and her team evaluated him for every evident viral and autoimmune disorder

What's the most probable option, the most deadly one, and what's left?

Infection care has long entailed medical riddles. Climate change, economic and societal reasons have enhanced the speed and magnitude of mysteries in recent years, experts told USA TODAY.

In the recent decade, scientists have identified Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, Zika, Ebola, and COVID-19.

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