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16/08/2017 - Hope for plant-based polio vaccine
A new vaccine for polio, grown in plants, could be highly effective at helping the eradication of the disease, developers say. More

03/08/2017 - Infection link to cardiovascular disease
Adults admitted to hospital with pneumonia or sepsis may be at a raised risk of cardiovascular disease, new findings indicate. More

31/07/2017 - New backing for GP HIV screening
Patients joining practices in high risk areas should be screened for HIV as it is cost-effective and saves lives, researchers in London today. More

25/07/2017 - Long-lasting injections offer HIV care benefits - conference
A monthly injection could be as effective as daily pills in maintaining viral suppression in patients with HIV infection, an international conference has heard. More

21/07/2017 - Warning on growing HIV drug resistance
Progress in HIV treatment is under threat from growing rates of drug resistance, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

20/07/2017 - Drug package that saves lives after late HIV diagnosis
People diagnosed late with HIV can benefit from a low-cost cocktail of drugs aimed at preventing a range of infections, according to a major African study conducted led by British researchers. More

18/07/2017 - Infant vaccination rates too low - WHO
About 10% of infants worldwide still have no contact with vaccination programmes, according to a new global analysis. More

12/07/2017 - Measles still a problem in Europe
Measles continues to blight Europe and has been responsible for 35 deaths in the last year, the World Health Organisation has reported. More

10/07/2017 - Vaccine to combat RSV ‘within seven years’
A vaccine to prevent respiratory syncytial virus infection could be available within seven years - but is needed sooner, according to new analysis. More

10/07/2017 - World is vulnerable if pandemics strike - WHO DG
The new director-general of the World Health Organisation has warned G20 leaders that the world is “not well prepared” for major health pandemics. More

28/06/2017 - Flu vaccine patch safe and effective
A dissolvable flu vaccine patch that could reduce waste and avoid the need for a health care professional, researchers say today. More

02/06/2017 - Protein that feeds Zika revealed
The Zika virus has evolved specifically to target neural stem cells, feeding off a specific protein in these cells, British scientists reported last night. More

01/06/2017 - Call for European hepatitis testing guidance
Europe has limited monitoring of testing, diagnosis and treatment policies for viral hepatitis, according to the findings of a survey of the EU states. More

19/05/2017 - Zika to become brain tumour treatment?
The Zika virus is to be pressed into service as a potential treatment for brain cancer, it was announced today. More

16/05/2017 - Respiratory infection increases heart attack risk
Suffering a respiratory infection increases the risk of having a heart attack during the following week significantly, according to Australian research. More

12/05/2017 - Molecule blocks birth defect virus
British scientists have discovered a key molecule linked to birth defects and miscarriage. More

11/05/2017 - Improving HIV therapy normalises life expectancy - study
Anti-retroviral therapy for HIV is so successful that some young patients can expect the same life expectancy as healthy people, according to an analysis published today. More

26/04/2017 - Flu jab risk for cancer patients
The annual flu jab may pose a specific risk to lung cancer patients who are being treated with drugs known as PD-1/PD-L1 checkpoint inhibitors, a European conference has heard. More

25/04/2017 - HIV care challenges set out
Care of patients with HIV needs strong leadership in England as patients age and the NHS is fragmented, according to a major report published today. More

24/04/2017 - Infant emergency admissions increasing - study
A surge in hospital emergency admissions for infants indicates weaknesses in community services for families, researchers say today. More

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