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20/04/2017 - Rapid tests need more investment - academy
Greater priority should be given to the development of rapid diagnostic tests, according to a major report from UK medical scientists published today. More

30/03/2017 - Hepatitis link to Parkinson's
People infected with hepatitis face an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a new UK analysis. More

14/03/2017 - How a flu vaccine stopped a pandemic
Flu vaccines work and can successfully halt pandemics, according to a major analysis reported today. More

01/03/2017 - Flu drugs safe in pregnancy
A large new study has found that drugs taken to prevent or treat flu during pregnancy are unlikely to damage the foetus. More

16/02/2017 - Study backs vitamin D to prevent infection
Low levels of vitamin D may help explain the spread of colds and flu during the winter, according to a major international research project published today. More

20/01/2017 - RNA key to Ebola prognosis test
Scientists have found a test which could help predict whether patients infected with Ebola are likely to live or die, it has been announced. More

19/01/2017 - Gene clue to infection susceptibility
Belgian researchers have found a new genetic immunodeficiency, explaining why some otherwise healthy children succumb to some kinds of infection. More

16/01/2017 - Bloodstream infection threat to neonates - Euro-study
Bloodstream infections are the most common healthcare-associated infections among children in Europe, according to a new study. More

23/12/2016 - Ebola vaccine success
An experimental Ebola vaccine seems to be effective at preventing infection by the virus, researchers reported last night. More

14/12/2016 - Thrush virus hidden from body defences
New findings on the fungus which causes thrush have helped explain how it evades destruction by the immune system, according to Scottish researchers. More

09/12/2016 - Caution urged on microbial gene test hopes
Hopes of a single genetic test for antimicrobial susceptibility are a long way from being realised, European experts have warned. More

05/12/2016 - HIV prevention programme to be trialled on 10,000 people
More than 10,000 people at risk from HIV infection are to be enrolled in a trial of an NHS England HIV prevention programme, it was announced yesterday. More

01/12/2016 - Screening cuts HIV baby transmission rates
Antenatal screening has successfully cut HIV transmission of mother to child to a record low levels, according to a new analysis published today. More

30/11/2016 - HIV self-testing promoted
Increased self-testing could go some way to protecting the millions of people with HIV are still missing out on life-saving treatment, experts say today. More

25/11/2016 - Oral cancer rates soar
Figures reported today show how rates of oral cancer have soared this century, driven by changing lifestyles. More

22/11/2016 - Wild swan brings autumn virus threat
A highly infectious bird flu virus has returned to Europe - but still poses a "very low" risk of to humans, according to European officials. More

21/11/2016 - Zika emergency over - WHO
The Zika virus is no longer a public health emergency - but remains a "significant" public health challenge, the World Health Organisation has ruled. More

15/11/2016 - GP plea on pink eye
Too many nurseries are treating infective conjunctivitis in infants as a medical crisis, overwhelming local GP surgeries, according to a new analysis. More

11/11/2016 - Call to boost measles vaccination
Some 400 children are dying from measles every day globally because of patchy progress with vaccination programmes, a major report warned last night. More

06/10/2016 - HIV prevention "clinically effective"
HIV-prevention treatment is clinically effective, according to an expert analysis for the UK government. More

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