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23/09/2021 - Metformin could be a treatment for women with pre-eclampsia
Metformin shows promise as a treatment for preterm pre-eclampsia, a study reveals today. More

10/08/2021 - Call for change to neonatal sepsis guidelines
Global guidelines for treatment of neonatal sepsis should be changed to advise different antibiotics in poor countries, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

04/08/2021 - New HIV vaccine trial launched
A major study of a t-cell vaccine for HIV is under way, it has been announced. More

02/07/2021 - New warning on Africa pandemic
Africa is suffering from a “surging” third wave of the pandemic caused by several new variants, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

28/06/2021 - Booster vaccine targets rogue variant
The first vaccine specifically tailored to tackle a new variant of COVID-19 is now being tested on volunteers, it was announced last night. More

28/05/2021 - Malaria parasite gene activity mapped in unprecedented detail
A detailed atlas of the genetic changes malaria parasites go through as they prepare to infect people has been produced for the first time. More

14/05/2021 - New drug compound might stop malaria
A new compound that blocks a critical step in the malaria parasite lifecycle could be the key to a new treatment, British scientists have reported. More

23/04/2021 - New hope for malaria vaccine
A malaria vaccine has achieved 75% efficacy, offering hope of using vaccination to eliminate the disease, it was announced today. More

03/03/2021 - HIV immune population found in central Africa
Thousands of people in central Africa may have immunity to HIV infection, it was announced last night in a discovery that researchers say will open the way to new treatments. More

25/02/2021 - New malaria genome data published
New genome variation data on more than 7,000 malaria parasites will help in the development of treatments, surveillance tools for malaria control and elimination, British researchers have reported. More

18/02/2021 - COVID-19 in Africa 'vastly underestimated'
The number of COVID-19 deaths in Africa could be far greater than those reported, a study published today warns. More

08/02/2021 - South African variant evades vaccine
The Oxford adenoviral vaccine has had little success in preventing infection with the South African mutation of COVID-19, it has been announced raising new concerns about the virus’s ability to mutate to avoid vaccines. More

29/01/2021 - Improved responses needed for neglected tropical diseases
Patients with neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) need better access to diagnosis and to safe, effective treatment, a new report has said. More

05/01/2021 - Genetic variants increase prostate risk for those of African ancestry
Black men have genetic variants that put them at greater risk of developing prostate cancer than white or Asian men, a study published last night has revealed. More

17/09/2020 - Why Dantu blood group protects against malaria
Scientists have uncovered the reason why the rare Dantu blood group helps to protect against malaria. More

28/08/2020 - New mosquito immune cells discovered as atlas launched
New types of mosquito immune cells, including a rare cell type that could be involved in limiting malaria infection, have been discovered by scientists creating the first cell atlas to map the insects’ immune cells. More

28/07/2020 - Plan to eliminate infant HepB infection
A new drive is launched today to end infection of infants with hepatitis B after the success of a 20-year project to cut rates. More

13/07/2020 - Shame and sorrow as UK's clinician deaths topped only by Russia
The UK has suffered one of the highest loss rates of health and social care workers from the COVID-19 virus, according to a major global report published today. More

07/07/2020 - Warning as HIV medication stocks run low
Dozens of countries are running out of HIV medicines because of disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

15/05/2020 - 28m operations cancelled worldwide because of Covid-19
More than 28 million elective operations across the globe could be cancelled or postponed because of Covid-19, according to a new study by the CovidSurg Collaborative. More

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