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16/04/2019 - Global measles outbreak warning
Rates of measles have quadrupled this year globally, including in Europe, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

15/03/2019 - Some kidney transplant recipients benefit from antiviral therapy
Antiviral therapy improves survival rates of kidney transplant patients infected with hepatitis B and C, French researchers reported last night. More

12/03/2019 - Flu pandemic protection call from WHO
The world needs to step up preparation to protect the population from pandemic influenza, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

07/03/2019 - Hepatitis C success for London
Regular screening of HIV-infected patients has helped to reduce hepatitis C infections among this group by 70% in London, an international conference heard yesterday. More

06/03/2019 - Warnings on HIV stem cell treatment prospects
Experts have offered caution about hopes of a "cure" for HIV after it was announced that a second patient has achieved full remission after stem cell therapy. More

06/03/2019 - Bronchiolitis points to later severe asthma
Infants admitted to hospital with bronchiolitis in infancy face a later risk of emergency admissions for asthma, wheezing and respiratory illness, according to an analysis published today. More

12/02/2019 - Long-term benefits of antivirals for chronic hepatitis C
Direct-acting antivirals reduce the risk of premature death and liver cancer among people with chronic hepatitis C, according to a major new analysis of treatment effectiveness published today. More

08/02/2019 - Measles poses growing threat to Europe
The numbers infected with measles across Europe trebled last year despite improvements in immunisation rates, it has been announced. More

07/02/2019 - New backing for HPV screening
The cervical screening programme in the UK will be more efficient when it switches to testing for HPV, researchers say today. More

01/02/2019 - More than 4 million post-surgical deaths globally
More people across the world die within 30 days of surgery than from HIV, tuberculosis and malaria combined, UK research has revealed. More

31/01/2019 - End HIV transmission - Hancock
HIV transmission in England could be ended by 2030, according to UK health secretary Matt Hancock. More

29/01/2019 - Call to step up HepC prevention
The world can prevent more than 15 million hepatitis C infections globally over the next decade – but the task could be challenging for some countries, experts have reported. More

03/01/2019 - Pregnancy and kit pull men to HIV testing
A pregnant woman may often be the key to persuading a man to take an HIV test, according to the findings of a major study in Africa. More

20/12/2018 - Warning on cardiovascular winter deaths
Excess winter deaths from cardiovascular diseases have been increasing exponentially in the last few years, researchers report today. More

20/12/2018 - Alert on acute flaccid paralysis
An alert has been issued about an increase in cases of acute flaccid paralysis, linked to enterovirus infection. More

03/12/2018 - Polio stays world emergency
The spread of polio in many poor countries remains a global public health emergency, the World Health Organisation has said, warning of growing problems in countries such as Afghanistan. More

30/11/2018 - Pace of new HIV diagnoses slows as UK claims successes
The number of new diagnoses of HIV in the European region continues to grow but the pace is slowing down, according to new figures published by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe. More

27/11/2018 - Ebola trial launched
The first randomised controlled trial of a multi-drug treatment for Ebola has begun in Africa, it has been announced. More

22/11/2018 - HepC drive aims to find missing patients
A drive has been launched in England to find thousands of people infected with hepatitis C so they can be treated with curative drugs and virus transmission stopped. More

19/11/2018 - Oncolytic virus enhancement proposed
British researchers have successfully enhanced a cancer-killing virus that is currently under clinical trial, it was announced today. More

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