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Advances in Infectious Diseases & Therapy (ISSN 2769-2787) is an international open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of the prevention, diagnosis and management of infectious diseases in humans. The Journal also considers the clinical and laboratory-based research, novel developments in treatment and control of diseases. Considering the importance and wider research context the journal integrates research from various areas of biology and its related health applications.

Advances in Infectious Diseases & Therapy will feature original research, review papers, clinical studies, editorials, expert opinion and perspective papers, commentaries, and book reviews. Please, follow the Instructions for Authors for detailed description regarding the formats and submission procedures.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2769-2787.1001

Clinical courses of COVID-19 cases with or without SARS-CoV-2 immunoglobulin antibodies identified during quarantine at international airports in Japan

Authors: Takeuchi S, Ishii K, Koshiba H, Hara K, Wakabayashi M, Matsumoto Y, Fujihara J, Ito T, Konuma S, Aoki T, Tsubota T, Hayashi T.

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Case Report

DOI: 10.52106/2769-2787.1002

An Unanticipated Case of Kaposi Sarcoma in A Young Male

Authors: Aquino Williams MD, Britney Clemen MD, Shaiv Patel MD, Noorulaain Bhatti MD, and Isaac Soliman MD.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2769-2787.1003

Systemic Arterial Hypertension and Diabetes Before the COVID-19 Scenario, in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazilian Amazon

Authors: Evela da Silva Magno, Inara Lima de Oliveira, Eyde Cristianne Saraiva-Bonatto, Maria das Graças Gomes Saraiva.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2769-2787.1004

Azithromycin Treatment in COVID-19 is Not Associated with Clinical Course Shortening, But it Is Associated with a Reduction in Mortality. A Case Control-Study Paired By Sex, Age Group, Chronic Diseases and Severity

Authors: Jose Luis Turabian

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Research Article

DOI: 10.52106/2769-2787.1005

Evolving Pattern of Remdesivir Prescribing During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Outcome and Cost Implications

Authors: Anthony Sophonsri, Pamela Ny, Paul Nieberg, Annie Wong-Beringer

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