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12/11/2015 - Alarm as flu vaccine take up slumps
GPs have seen a sharp decline in patients seeking flu vaccination this autumn, it was announced today. More

11/11/2015 - Copper prevents coronavirus contamination
Copper can effectively help to prevent the spread of coronaviruses such as MERS-CoV, new research suggests. More

09/11/2015 - Aid continues as Sierra Leone free of Ebola
Britain will continue to give medical aid to Sierra Leone after the country's catastrophic Ebola outbreak was declared at an end, it was announced. More

03/11/2015 - Europe steps up search for HIV vaccine
The hunt for an effective HIV vaccine has been stepped up with the launch of a major European-backed research programme, it was announced yesterday. More

29/10/2015 - Huge numbers affected by herpes type 1
The herpes simplex virus type 1 is widespread among the global population - affecting two thirds of people under the age of 50, according to a report published yesterday. More

26/10/2015 - Malaria vaccine needs pilot projects - experts
Pilot projects need to be set up in Africa to test the implementation of a new malaria vaccine, an expert committee has decided. More

22/10/2015 - Ebola nurse taking experimental drug
The condition of British nurse Pauline Cafferkey has improved significantly after she developed viral meningitis caused by Ebola, doctors said yesterday. More

16/10/2015 - Largest ever flu vaccine campaign pledged
This winter's flu vaccination campaign in England will be the "largest ever", public health officials said yesterday. More

15/10/2015 - Ebola virus lingers in male survivors
The Ebola virus may linger in the bodies of survivors for at least nine months, researchers reported last night - as the condition of a British nurse deteriorated following the return of infection. More

01/10/2015 - Treat all HIV patients - WHO
Everybody diagnosed with HIV - together with those at high risk of infection - should be given antiretroviral treatment as soon as possible, according to international guidelines published yesterday. More

08/09/2015 - Public should know more about antibiotics - watchdog
Public health campaigns should seek to improve awareness of self-limiting illnesses and reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance, according to proposals published today. More

03/09/2015 - Plan to beat hepatitis unveiled
Ambitious new world targets are to be set for reducing the spread of viral hepatitis, a summit in Scotland heard yesterday. More

25/08/2015 - Progress on universal flu vaccine
A universal flu vaccine could soon be tested on human volunteers following the success of animal studies, it was announced yesterday. More

13/08/2015 - Hope for child wheeze vaccine
A vaccine to prevent a common respiratory disease in infants has shown promise in early human trials, according to a UK study. More

03/08/2015 - Ebola vaccine hope
The world may have an effective vaccine against the Ebola virus, it has been announced. More

29/07/2015 - Hepatitis added to HIV testing initiative
The organisers of European HIV Testing Week have announced a change of name, to "European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week". More

27/07/2015 - Tackle injections to help beat hepatitis - WHO
Health services need to reduce the number of injections to help reduce the spread of hepatitis, according to the World Health Organisation. More

20/07/2015 - Pensioners urged to avoid Hajj
Pensioners should not travel to Saudi Arabia this year to take place in the annual Hajj pilgrimage, according to new advice. More

17/07/2015 - Millions of children unprotected - despite progress
A massive worldwide increase in child vaccination still leaves millions unprotected, health officials warned yesterday. More

14/07/2015 - Cancer vaccine under review
A European review into the side-effects of the cervical cancer vaccine is to be launched, it has been announced. More

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