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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

28/07/2020 - Cat contracts COVID-19
The first case of a cat infected with COVID-19 has been found in the UK, it has been announced – although there is no evidence of transmission between animals. More

24/07/2020 - Mask-wearing enforced as local lockdowns spread
Tough rules on face-mask wearing come into force today in England – with final details only released yesterday morning. More

22/07/2020 - How pandemic hit mental health
General mental health declined rapidly in April during the first month of pandemic lockdown, according to the findings of a major study reported today. More

21/07/2020 - UK, China, USA report vaccine hopes
The UK's Oxford-based vaccine continues to show promise as do vaccines developed in other parts of the world, according to a series of announcements yesterday. More

17/07/2020 - T cells point to new viral vaccines
Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 infection may benefit from strong T cell immunity – and even victims of the common cold may enjoy some immunity, according to a significant new study. More

16/07/2020 - ICUs seeing improved survival from virus
Intensive care units successfully cut mortality from the COVID-19 virus in the early stages of the virus, according to a major new analysis published today. More

16/07/2020 - Vaccines showing promise - but is cholesterol drug the key?
The UK's Oxford vaccine project is showing promising results in its early stages of human testing, it was reported today. More

14/07/2020 - Llamas provide anti virus nanobodies
Scientists have turned to llamas to generate a lab-engineered antibody treatment for the COVID-19 virus, it has been announced. More

13/07/2020 - Heart abnormalities revealed in COVID-19 patients
Half of COVID-19 patients who had a heart scan in hospital were diagnosed with abnormalities in their heart function, a study reveals today. 1 comments 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

10/07/2020 - Pandemic getting worse - WHO
The COVID-19 pandemic is "getting worse," the World Health Organisation has warned, as the global curve shows little sign of flattening. More

09/07/2020 - Anger as virus-stricken US quits WHO
A leading medical charity has condemned as "highly irresponsible" the latest steps by US president Donald Trump to leave the World Health Organisation. More

08/07/2020 - Could an anaemia drug help COVID-19 patients?
Scientists are investigating whether a common anaemia drug, erythropoietin, could become an effective treatment for COVID-19. 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

06/07/2020 - New warnings on pandemic cancer care delays
As many as 18,000 people may lose their lives to cancer because of treatment delays during the pandemic lockdown, according to the latest research, revealed today. More

03/07/2020 - How the virus is becoming more infectious
The COVID-19 virus has become more infectious in the course of the pandemic – but not more lethal, according to a major new genomic analysis. More

02/07/2020 - 'Major weaknesses' in COVID-19 antibody tests
The COVID-19 antibody tests have major weaknesses, according to a review of the latest international research published today. More

01/07/2020 - Asymptomatic clues to Covid-19 spread
The Covid-19 virus spreads because of the large number of people who never develop symptoms from infection, according to two major new studies. More

30/06/2020 - Warning on new swine flu threat
Pigs in China carry a flu virus with potential to cause pandemic in humans, researchers warned last night. More

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