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13/08/2018 - Militia threat to latest Ebola outbreak
The latest Ebola outbreak in central Africa is posing new problems because it is affecting a large urban area with multiple rebel groups operating on its fringes, health officials have warned. More

25/07/2018 - Ebola outbreak ends
The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is over, it has been announced. More

28/06/2018 - Heat stable carbetocin could save thousands of lives
A new formulation of carbetocin is set to save thousands of women’s lives by preventing post-partum haemorrhage, the World Health Organisation said last night. More

08/06/2018 - Africa Ebola preparations stepped up
The World Health Organisation is stepping up preparations in nine countries at risk from the current Ebola outbreak in Africa, it has announced. More

25/05/2018 - New board to oversee world health crisis planning
A new global board will oversee preparations for international health crises, it has been announced. More

21/05/2018 - DCR Ebola outbreak not yet an international emergency
The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is not yet an emergency of international concern, the World Health Organisation has concluded. More

04/05/2018 - Every gene of deadliest malaria parasite identified
US scientists have analysed every gene in the most deadly malaria parasite for the first time to help identify and prioritise new drug targets, it was revealed last night (3 May 2018). More

25/04/2018 - Gene insight into malaria
Researchers have gained new insights into the genes linked to risk of malaria, it was announced today on World Malaria Day. More

14/02/2018 - Warning of drug-resistance impact on surgical infection
The spread of drug-resistant bacteria is significantly increasing the challenges of preventing surgical infection in poor countries, according to a global analysis by a British research team. More

19/01/2018 - Eve, toothpaste and malaria drugs
An artificially intelligent robot has helped to discover that an ingredient in toothpaste could be used as an anti-malarial drug, British researchers have reported. More

04/01/2018 - How surgery is limited in Africa
A new analysis sets out the extent to which the quality and extent of surgery in Africa lags behind the rest of the world. More

15/12/2017 - Egyptian mummies reveal earliest known cancers
Researchers have identified the oldest known cases of two kinds of cancer in Egyptian mummies, it has been announced. More

29/11/2017 - Malaria progress set-back
Progress in tackling malaria is stalling because of lack of funding, the World Health Organisation says today. More

28/11/2017 - Obesity threat to cardiovascular health – especially in UK
The world’s wealthiest countries have successfully reduced deaths from cardiovascular disease and stroke – but this is under threat from rising rates of obesity, according to a major study published today. More

10/11/2017 - Cholera map to aid prediction
Cholera has been endemic in Asia for 50 years, repeatedly crossing into Africa and Latin America, according to a major study of the disease published last night. More

31/10/2017 - TB progress stalling - WHO
Progress against TB in most countries is “stalling” and is not fast enough, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

27/10/2017 - New drive for zero measles deaths as UK pumps cash into vaccines
The number of people dying from measles worldwide last year was less than 100,000 for the first time, it was announced last night. More

25/10/2017 - New malaria targets found
Several new malaria vaccine targets have been identified by a UK research team, British researchers have announced. More

12/10/2017 - Fragile progress against drug-resistance
Progress in tackling drug-resistant organisms is “fragile,” senior scientists warn today. More

12/10/2017 - Malaria progress “stalling” - analysis
Progress against malaria in large parts of Africa has stalled despite recent progress, according to a major study published last night. More

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